On July 28, 2015, Oregon Bill S.832 was signed into law by Governor Kate Brown. At large, the bill aims to integrate mental and physical health services wherein a patient can receive services in conjunction. The bill commendably promotes the practice of behavioral health clinicians in the same facilities as primary care physicians. Under the scope of behavioral health clinicians are licensed psychologists, professional counselors, social workers, and others who can treat mental illness. The bill allows providers to use proper physical and mental health codes regardless of setting. Additionally, it allows psychology interns and residents to bill for Medicaid patients. Some fields in which we will see both a physician and psychologist collaboration on are mental illness, substance use disorders, health behaviors that contribute to chronic illness, life stressors and crises, developmental risks and conditions, stress related physical symptoms, preventive care, and ineffective patterns of health care utilization. This new law is a great feat for psychology, increasing access to behavioral health care at the point where the patient initially presents concerns.