The Millbank Report is a well-researched summary of the state of the evidence about integrated primary care. It reviews the different ways in which Behavioral Health and Primary Care can collaborate, discussed the pros and cons of each approach and made on how to approach integration in these challenging fiscal times. It provides specific suggestions for how to increase collaboration, lists possible incremental steps toward integration and factors to consider when selecting how best to implement integration into an individual practice. While it seems to be a bit overly committed to categorizing patterns in programs as "models," it still is an excellent overview and resource for people looking for evidence to cite. http://www.milbank.org/reports/10430EvolvingCare/EvolvingCare.pdf.