Dan provides trusted counsel and advocacy to health care clients on a variety of matters, such as corporate compliance, provider credentialing, administrative proceedings and litigation. He also advises clients on practice formation and acquisition, as well as contract review and preparation. In recent years, Dan has helped health care companies and providers navigate through fraud and abuse investigations, antitrust reviews, and other white collar criminal matters. He is a frequent author and lecturer on telehealth and telemedicine issues.
Prior to joining Dinsmore, Dan practiced for nearly seven years with the State Medical Board of Ohio, where he advised board members and agency personnel on issues related to the Medical Practices Act of Ohio, Chapter 119 Administrative Procedures, and federal rules and regulations implicating the area of health care. His substantial regulatory experience enables him to bring a unique and insightful perspective to handling diverse and complex health care matters, and his thorough understanding of health care laws and policies helps him serve as a valuable resource to corporations, health care associations, hospitals, medical practices and individual practitioners.
In addition to his experience with federal and state health care regulatory agencies, Dan has successfully aided clients appearing before a number of other administrative or executive entities, including the Ohio Department of Commerce, Accountancy Board of Ohio, and the Ohio Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors. He previously served as an extern for the Legal Office of the Ohio governor, as well as the Business & Regulations Division of the Columbus city attorney’s office.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel S. Zinsmaster
Daniel S. Zinsmaster is a Partner working in Dinsmore & Shohl’s health care practice. He was honored as an National Law Review Go-To Thought leader for his contributions to Ohio's decriminalization of hemp and hemp products and amendments to Ohio’s medical marijuana laws. His articles on the changing landscape of healthcare, especially as it relates to these controversial marijuana-based issues, help clarify a host of complicated changes in legislation and interpretation for National Law Review readers.