The final two sections of the book will help the psychiatrist practice in the current health care environment. Psychological and Biological Assessment at the Turn of the Century, edited by Drs. John Clarkin and John Docherty, focuses on efficient and mindful use of laboratory services, psychological assessment, and instruments for measuring outcome. The final section, Computers, the Patient, and the Psychiatrist, edited by Dr. Zebulon Tainter, highlights opportunities for using computer technology (e.g., the Internet and information systems) for patient care and administrative purposes. This section provides an interesting preview of psychiatric practice in the year 2005, although a discussion of telemedicine is conspicuously absent.