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SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS
  1. Geyman, JP. A five-year assessment of the Affordable Care Act: Market forces still trump the common good in U.S. health care. Intl J Health Services. Published on line February 2015 and in vol 45 (2), April, 2015.
  2. Geyman, JP. Cost-sharing under consumer-driven health care will not reform U.S. health care. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, Fall 2012.
  3. Geyman, JP. Make original Medicare the foundation of health care reform. SeattlePI.com, July 31, 2008.
  4. Geyman, JP. Beyond a dying private health insurance industry: A hidden solution in plain sight. Webcast Video Commentaries, Medscape Journal of Medicine.
  5. Geyman, JP. Moral hazard and consumer-driven health care: A fundamentally flawed concept. Intl J Health Services 37 (2): 331-51, 2007.
  6. Geyman, JP. Disease management: Panacea, another false hope, or something in between? Ann Fam Med 5 (3):257-60, 2007.
  7. Geyman, JP. Family medicine and health care reform. Amer Fam Phys 72 (5): 754-5. 2005.
  8. Geyman, JP. Myths and memes about single-payer health insurance in the United States: A rebuttal to conservative claims. Intl J Health Services 35 ( ): 63-90, 2005.
  9. Geyman, JP. The common interest: Is it time for national health insurance? Boston Review, Nov/Dec 2005, 8-11.
  10. Geyman, JP. Drawing on the legacy of general practice to build the future of family medicine. Fam Med 36 (9): 631-8, 2004.
  11. Geyman, JP. Privatization of Medicare: Toward disentitlement and betrayal of a social contract. Intl J Health Services 34 (4): 573-94, 2004.
  12. Geyman, JP. The corporate transformation of medicine and its impact on costs and access to care. J Am Board of Family Pract 16 (5): 443-54. 2003.
  13. Geyman, JP. Myths as barriers to health reform. Intl J Health Services 33 (2): 315-29, 2003.
  14. Geyman, JP. Family practice in a failing health care system: New opportunities to advocate to system reform. J Am Board Fam Pract 15 (5): 407-16, 2002.

SELECTED EARLIER PUBLICATIONS

  1. Geyman, JP. Evidence-based medicine in primary care: An overview. J Am Board Fam Pract 11 (1): 46-56, 1998.
  2. Geyman, JP, Hart, LG. Primary care at a crossroads: Progress, problems and future projections. J Am Board Fam Pract 7 (1): 60-70, 1994.
  3. Geyman, JP. Trends in primary care practice and education in developed countries. Family Physician, Israel 14 (3): 38, 252-62, 1987.
  4. Geyman, JP. Training primary care physicians for the 21st century: Alternative scenarios for competitive versus generic approaches. JAMA 255 (19): 2631-5, 1986.
  5. Geyman, JP. The Oslerian tradition and changing medical education: A reappraisal. West J Med 138: 884-8, 1983.
  6. Geyman, JP. Future medical practice in the United States: A choice of scenarios. JAMA 245 (11): 1140-3, 1981.