Joseph P. McMenamin, an experienced health law attorney and former emergency physician, has joined Christian & Barton where he will continue his practice focused on digital health law and distance care matters.
His typical representative matters include advising telehealth providers and companies on licensure, the provider-patient relationship, corporate practice issues, scope of practice, online prescribing, credentialing and privileging, privacy, tort liability, risk management, and reimbursement issues as they pertain to telemedicine. He also advises clients respecting the application of artificial intelligence to health care and research, and general health law and business matters.
Dr. McMenamin is general counsel for the Virginia Telehealth Network and a member of the Center for Telemedicine and eHealth Law (CTeL) Legal Resource Team. He frequently presents on virtual care and other cutting-edge health topics before both attorney and provider conferences.
Dr. McMenamin earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. He earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed a three-year residency in internal medicine at Emory University and Grady Memorial Hospital. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington & Lee University.
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