The book is divided into five sections: Overview, Clinicians’ Issues, Consumers’ Issues, Informatics and Quality Improvement, and Organizational Issues. While each section is preceded by a brief introduction, the book might have benefited from greater overall editorial integration. It remains more of a collection of discrete chapters, albeit informative ones, than a unified statement. I found some essays (e.g., those in the Overview section) mildly dissatisfying, perhaps because their breadth of scope allowed only a surface view. Others, particularly those in the last section, are more immediately useful.