I have written elsewhere (1) about the crisis of quality in managed behavioral health care. Today, resources continue to erode away from the field because we lack common and essential tools—practice guidelines, outcomes measures, report cards, and performance indicator systems—to measure the quality of behavioral health care. Our services have been commoditized, yet our only measure of quality is price. This can have dire consequences for the field. The authors help us take a giant step in the direction of outcomes measurement and management as key factors in quality. For this reason alone, the text is must reading for all who currently practice psychiatry.