This session will examine remote patient monitoring: its nature, its requirements, its capabilities and indications, its benefits and risks, and how it gets paid for.

Joe McMenamin,

Principal, McMenamin Law Offices
Digital Health Legal Advisor (Ingenium)

Joseph P. (“Joe”) McMenamin, MD, JD is a physician-attorney and the principal at McMenamin Law Offices, PLLC, a healthcare boutique in Richmond, Virginia concentrating on the law of digital health.

Joe advises institutional and individual telehealth service providers, academic medical centers, remote monitoring services, trade associations, telehealth platform companies, investors, and telecoms on a broad array of medico-legal questions arising from distance care and, more recently, from the application of augmented intelligence to health care in general and to telemedicine in particular. He writes and lectures extensively on these and related topics.

He also serves as general counsel to the Virginia Telehealth Network, and as a member of the Legal Resource Team of CTeL, the Center for Telemedicine and eHealth Law. He is board-certified in Legal Medicine, an Associate Professor of Legal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Fellow of the College of Legal Medicine.

Bonnie Britton,

Owner | Manager Reconnect4health
Remote Patient Monitoring Advisor (Ingenium)

Bonnie is recognized as a pioneer and expert in Remote Patient Monitoring. She has dedicated the past 23 years of her career as a nurse, advancing the adoption and implementation of Remote Patient Monitoring and Telehealth, both nationally and internationally.

Bonnie was the 13th inductee into the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) College of Fellows, is a previous ATA Board Member, and chaired multiple ATA Committees.

She currently serves as a Board Advisor and Consultant for the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC). Bonnie is the co-founder and CEO of Reconnect4Health, which is a RPM service provider organization and RPM consulting company.

Presentation Handout – Bonnie Britton
Presentation Handout – Joe McMenamin