Health Care Reform: Is There a Paygo Option?
Op-Ed for the Seattle Times, July 7, 2009 (print edition only)

Prislin, MD, Saultz, JW, Geyman, JP. The generalist disciplines in American medicine one hundred years following the Flexner Report: A case study of unintended consequences and some proposals for post-Flexnerian reform. Acad. Med. 2010: 85: 228-35.

Geyman, J P, Memo to Obama. John Geyman on seizing the moment for national health insurance. Tikkun, January-February, 2009: 58-9

Burnette, Lee, National Health Insurance!?, The Student Doctor Network (SDN)

Geyman, J P, Beyond a Dying Private Health Insurance Industry: A Hidden Solution in Plain View, Webcast Video Commentaries, Medscape Journal of Medicine

Geyman, J P, Make original Medicare the foundation for health care reform,, July 31, 2008

Geyman, J P, Myths as barriers to health reform.  Intl J Health Services 33 (2): 315-29, 2003

Geyman, J P, 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

Geyman, J P, Privatization of Medicare: Toward disentitlement and betrayal of a social contract.  Intl J Health Services 34 (4): 573-94, 2004

Geyman, J P, The common interest: Is it time for national health insurance?  Boston Review, November/December 2005, pp 8-11

Geyman, J P, Myths and memes about single-payer health insurance in the United States: A rebuttal to conservative claims.  Intl J Health Serv 35 (!): 63-90, 2005

Geyman, J P, Disease management: Panacea, another false hope, or something in between?  Ann Fam Med 5 (3): 257-60, 2007

Geyman, J P, Moral hazard and consumer-driven health care: A fundamentally flawed concept.  Intl J Health Serv 37 (2): 333-51, 2007

Geyman, J P, Missing the boat on health care? PNHP, January-February 47-9, 2008

Why do we write? Family Medicine, Fall 2012, in press

Cost-sharing under consumer-driven health care will not reform U.S. health care. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Fall 2012, in press.


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Geyman, J P, Training primary care physicians for the 21st century: Alternative scenarios for competitive versus generic approaches. JAMA 255 (!9): 2631-5, 1986

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