Scholarly Journal Articles

Bennie, R. (2014). Medical tourism: A look at how medical outsourcing can reshape health care. Texas International Law Journal, 49(3), 583-600.

Brady, C. (2007). Offshore gambling: Medical outsourcing versus ERISA’s fiduciary duty requirement. Washington Lee Law Review,64(3), 1073-1114.

Burkett, L. (2007). Medical tourism: concerns, benefits, and the American legal perspective. The Journal of Legal Medicine, 28(2): 223-245. doi: 10.1080/01947640701357763.

Canterbury, R., Walters, R., & Eldridge, J. (2006). House Bill 4359. Charleston, WV: Committee on Banking and Insurance then Finance, West Virginia. Retrieved from

Canterbury, R., Walters, Eldridge, Schadler, Martin, Ellem, Staggers, Miller, Evans, & DeLong. (2007). House Bill 2841: Establishing a system to reduce the cost of medical care paid by the Public Employees Insurance Agency. Introduced in the West Virginia House on Feb. 5.

Cohen, I. G. (2010). Protecting patients with passports: Medical tourism and the patient-protective argument. Iowa Law Review, 95(5), 1467-1567.

Cohen, I. G. (2011). Medical tourism, access to health care, and global justice. Virginia Journal of International Law, 52, 1.
Ellem, D., Proudfoot, Kessler, Hrutkay, Guthrie, Moore, Sobonya, Burdiss, Miley, Tabb, & Pino. (2008). House Bill 4711. Originating in the Committee on the Judiciary, West Virginia..

Howze, K. S. (2007). Medical tourism: symptom or cure? Georgia Law Review, 41(3), 1013-1051.

Klaus, M. (2005). Outsourcing vital operations: What if U.S. health care costs drive patients overseas for surgery? Quinnipiac Health Law Journal, 9, 219-247.

McLean, Thomas R. (2007). Commentary: The Industrialization of Medical Tourism and the Blue Ridge paper claim. Journal of Controversial Medical Claims, 14(1), 18-19.

Mirrer-Singer, Philip. (2007). Medical malpractice overseas: the legal uncertainty surrounding medical tourism. Law and Contemporary Problems, 70(2), 211-232.

Rodighiero, D., Ellis, & Hrutkay. (2008). House Bill 4359.Referred to the Committee on Health and Resources then the Judiciary. West Virginia.

Spece, R. G (2010). Medical tourism: Protecting patients from conflicts of interest in broker’s fees paid by foreign providers. Journal of Health and Biomedical Law, 6, 1-36.

Storrow, R. (2005). The handmaid's tale of fertility tourism: Passports and third parties in the religious regulation of assisted conception. Texas Wesleyan Law Review. 12, 189.

Swalm, S., & Lundberg, K. (2007). House Bill 1143: A bill for an act concerning the option of a covered state employee under a self-insured group benefit plan to obtain medical care in an accredited foreign health care facility. Denver, CO: Colorado State Legislature. Retrieved from clics2007a/csl.nsf/fsbillcont3/DA1B1F6E36E70CD687257251007B7BAF? open&file=1143_01.pdf

Terry, N. (2007). Under-regulated healthcare phenomena in a flat world: medical tourism and outsourcing. Western New England Law Review. 29(2), 421-472.

Terry, P. N. (2006). Under-regulated health care phenomena in a flat world: Medical tourism and outsourcing. Western New England Law Review, 29(2), 421-474.