Table of Contents

The promise of health information technology in behavioral health and informatics: an overview.
Current technologies for behavioral healthcare clinical practice.
Privacy of technology and the behavioral health professions.
Knowledge delivery and decision support for behavioral healthcare professionals.
Insights on telehealth and virtual reality.
Managing clinical care in a pervasive computing environment.
Improving quality and accountability through information systems.
Social networking, health 2.0, and beyond.
Computerized psychotherapy.
Leading change in implementing technology.
Evaluating the impact of behavioral healthcare informatics.
How behavioral healthcare informatics systems interface with medical informatics systems: a work in progress.