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Monographs & Books

2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2001

Graham Center monographs and books provide more in-depth digestion of evidence for policy-makers, advocates, researchers, and educators. These are comprehensive studies, syntheses of evidence, or compilations of conversations on the history and future of family medicine.

2011

I LIVE PC: International Learning on Increasing the Value and Effectiveness of Primary Care - April 2011

2010

Illinois Health Connect and Your Healthcare Plus Case Statement - August 2010

2009

Estimated effects of Sec. 1721 of draft bill HR 3200 on physician gross revenue - September 2009

Effects of proposed primary care incentive payments on average physician Medicare revenue and total Medicare allowed charges - May 2009

Specialty and geographic distribution of the physician workforce: What influences medical student & resident choices? - March 2009

Arranging generalism in the 2020 primary care team - February 2009

Social determinants of health: Their influence on personal choice, environmental exposures, and health care - February 2009

2008

Access transformed: Building a primary care workforce for the 21st century - August 2008

GIS and General Practice: Where are we going and when will we get there? - January 2008

2007

The Patient Centered Medical Home: History, seven core features, evidence and transformational change - November 2007

Harmonizing primary care clinical classification and data standards - October 2007

Access granted: The primary care payoff - August 2007

ABC of patient safety: The healthcare policy context - June 2007

Access denied: A look at America's medically disenfranchised - March 2007

2006

Access, health and wealth: The impact of the National Health Service Corps in rural America, 1970-2000 - September 2006

2005

Notes from visit to National Primary Care Research and Development Centre, University of Manchester, England - June 2005

Report to the Task Force on the care of children by family physicians - January 2005

2004

The physician workforce of the United States: A family medicine perspective - October 2004

The new model of primary care: Knowledge bought dearly - March 2004

Is primary care worthy of physicians? An ecological perspective - January 2004

The nature of primary care - January 2004

2003

Mapping tools for monitoring the safety net - January 2003

2001

Keystone III: The role of family medicine in a changing health care environment - April 2001
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