If we can replace the term "managed care," then maybe we can also replace its derivative, "behavioral" health care. Behavioral generally refers only to observable, and possibly measurable, characteristics of a patient. This term seems to fit the focus of managed care—that functioning, not internal suffering, is the most important issue for insurance coverage. Our ethics as health care professionals require us to attempt to alleviate psychological suffering whenever possible. Therefore, when we need to refer to our own specialty, "ethical psychiatric care," or more broadly, "ethical mental health care," would be preferable to "behavioral health care." After all, isn't it our minds that really make us human?