The fields of evaluation, implementation, and improvement all aim to enhance the public good through the use of data informed decision making and accountability. Some frameworks have aimed to ingrate these perspectives (e.g., Getting To Outcomes), yet these fields are often siloed. We will present a process in which tools and frameworks from evaluation, implementation, and improvement were integrated to improve the quality implementation of integrated care interventions. We developed an approach for advancing integrated care efforts by combining an Evidence-based System for Innovation Support (EBSIS), evaluation using the R=MC2 practical implementation model of organizational readiness, and practice-based Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles for continuous quality improvement. During the roundtable, we will present on this approach and will provide practice-based case examples. The aim of this session is to stimulate discussion on how evaluation, implementation, and improvement processes can be dovetailed to strengthen organizational capacities for engaging in a change effort.