Publications

  • Risk Management
    • “Warning: ED Peer Review Materials Aren’t Always Protected from Discovery,” 26 (3) ED Legal Letter 32-33 (March 2015)
    • “Late Entries are Legal Game-Changers and They’re Devastating for the Defense,” 2 (4) Physician Risk Management 41-42 (October 2013)
    • “Learn of a Problem Before Chart is Done?” 2 (4) Physician Risk Management 4-42-43 (October 2013)
    • “’Loose Lips’ Will Only Help the Other Side,” 1 (5) Physician Risk Management 59 (November 2012)
    • “How Much Damage Do Lawsuit Really Do to EPs?” ED Legal Letter (December 2011)
    • “Is a Joint Defense Approach in Best Interest of a Sued EP?” ED Legal Letter (November 2011)
    • “Issues and Answers: The Liability Exposure of Medical Matchmakers,” 1 (6) Medical Travel Today (2007)
    • McMenamin, J.P., “Alternatives to Commercial Insurance: Consider Coverage Tailored to Specific Needs,” 14 (6) RAMifications 22-24 (December 2003)
    • McMenamin, J.P., “Malpractice Litigation: A Disorder of Multifactorial Etiology?” 14 (6) RAMifications 8-10 (December 2003)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Randolph, K.C., “High Court Reaffirms Medical Malpractice Cap; Recognizes Unlicensed Healthcare Providers; and Subjects Prejudgment Interest to the Cap Limit” 11 (1) J. Civil Litigation 19 (Spring 1999)
    • “The Pulliam Challenge to Virginia’s Cap: The Defendant’s Perspective,” 15 (1) VSB Health Law News 22 (December 1998)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Scoggins, Gregg A., “Developing a Compliance Program to Identify and Prevent Inaccurate or Improper Medicare Billing Practices: Part II ‘An Ounce of Prevention'” 125 Va. Med. Quarterly 12 (1998)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Bigley, G.L., “Virginia’s Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act: $54.5 Million and 7 years later,” 121 Va. Med. Q. 110-1 (1994)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Bigley, G.L., “Update on the VBRNICA”, 121 Va. Med. Q. 189 (1994)
    • McMenamin, J.P., “Oath-Sayers,” 121 Va. Med. Q. 50 (1994)
  • Health Law
    • “Children as Patients,” in Legal Medicine & Medical Ethics, 9th Ed., 2015.
    • “Child abuse,” in Legal Medicine & Medical Ethics, 9th Ed., 2015.
    • “‘Compliance with billing rules likely to come up in suits— Newly required documentation can help defense,” 2(8) Physician Risk Management 93 (Feb. 2014)
    • “New CMS rules could make MDs less likely to admit,” 2(8) Physician Risk Management 94 (Feb. 2014)
    • Public School Nutrition Regulation Increases, But With What Benefit? ,” McGuireWoods News, May 8, 2012
    • “When Inpatient Boards in ED, Who is Responsible?” 22 (1) ED Legal Letter 4-9 (2011)
    • McMenamin, J.P., Fitzsimons, D.G., and Damerow, A.M., “The Attack Incapacity Suit,” Probate & Property (Nov./Dec. 2010)
    • MMSEA Section 111 Update,” McGuireWoods News (February 18, 2010)
    • Impact of Medicare Secondary Payer Law on Employment and Other Claims,” WorkCite (February 4, 2010)
    • “Young Patients,” Medical Economics 23-28 (February 1, 2008) [interview]
    • “Young Patients,” Legal Medicine (September, 2007)
    • Issues and Answers: Medical Tourism and Legal Liability,” Medical Travel Today (2007)
    • “Children as Patients,” (book chapter) in Textbook of Legal Medicine, Seventh Ed., American College of Legal Medicine, C.V. Mosby Co. (2007)
    • “Child Abuse,” (book chapter) in Textbook of Legal Medicine, Seventh Ed., American College of Legal Medicine, C.V. Mosby Co. (2007)
    • McMenamin, J.P., Kastelberg, E.L. and Taylor, K., “Children as Patients,” (book chapter) in Textbook of Legal Medicine, Sixth Ed., American College of Legal Medicine, C.V. Mosby Co. (2004)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Scoggins, Gregg A., “Civil Medicare/Medicaid Liability,” 4 (3) Virginia Medical News 9 (March 2001)
    • McMenamin, J.P. and Buckel, J.C., “Children as Patients” (book chapter), in Textbook of Legal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, C.V. Mosby Co., 5th ed. (2001)
    • “Children As Patients” (book chapter) Hirsch, H. L., ed., Textbook of Legal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, C. V. Mosby Co., 4th ed. (1998)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Michael, Karen Iezzi, “National Practitioner Data Bank” (Book Chapter) in Emergency Medicine Risk Management, 2nd ed., Gregory L. Henry, M.D., and Daniel J. Sullivan, M.D., eds., American College of Emergency Physicians (1997)
    • “The Virginia Practitioner Self-Referral Act,” 123 Va. Med. Q. 129-130 (1996)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Bigley, G.L., “Children as Patients” (book chapter) Textbook of Legal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, C. V. Mosby Co., 3d ed. (1995)
    • “Final Safe Harbor Regulations Released,” 114 (3) Reciprocal News 7 (1992)
    • “National Practitioner Data Bank,” (book chapter) in Emergency Medicine Risk Management: A Comprehensive Review, American College of Emergency Physicians (1991)
    • “Children As Patients” (book chapter) in Hirsh, H.L., ed., Textbook of Legal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, C. V. Mosby Co., 2d ed. (1991)
    • McMenamin, J. P. and Bisbing, S.B., “Capacity and Competence” (book chapter) Hirsh, H.L., ed., Textbook of Legal Medicine, ACLM, C. V. Mosby Co., 1988, 2d ed. (1991)
    • McMenamin, J. P., Smith, J.T. and Bishing, S.B., “Capacity and Competence” (book chapter) Hirsh, H.L., ed., Textbook of Legal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, C. V. Mosby Co. (1988)
    • “Children As Patients” (book chapter) in Hirsh, H.L., ed., Textbook of Legal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, C. V. Mosby Co. (1988)
    • “Fluoridation of Water: The Tempest in the Teapot,” 3 Va. State Bar Health Section Newsletter 3 (June 1987)
    • McMenamin, J. P., Richardson, D. and Rosoff, A., “Referral Practices and Health Care Costs: The Dilemma of High Risk Obstetrics,” 6 J. Leg. Med. 427 (1985)
  • Draft Treaties
    • Draft International Convention on Telemedicine and Telehealth,” Contributor, International Bar Association (IBA), Section on Legal Practice Committee 2 (Law and Medicine) (July 2, 1999)
    • “Draft International Convention on the Human Genome,” Contributor, International Bar Association (IBA), Bioethics Subcommittee of the Medicine and the Law Committee (Committee 2) (October 1996)
  • Book Review
    • “Doctors and the Law: Defendants and Expert Witnesses,” 120 Va. Med. Q 172 (1993)
  • Publication Review
    • “mHealth Data Security: The Need for HIPAA-Compliant Standardization,” Telemedicine and e-Health, 8/30/2011
    • “Defensive Medicine, Unconscious Bias, and Health Disparities” Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research