Adam M. Walters - Principal Attorney. With 18 years experience, Adam Walters represents health care providers in a wide variety of matters including business transactions, fraud and abuse compliance (Anti-Kickback and Stark Law), HIPAA compliance, Medicare reimbursement, credentialing, licensing, governance, employment, and reimbursement disputes. Adam's representative healthcare clients include accountable care organizations, clinical laboratories, dialysis centers, imaging centers, hospitals, and physician practices. Adam also represents individuals, families and small business owners in business formation, estate planning and probate matters. After graduating with a B.B.A. from the University of Georgia, Adam earned his law degree from Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law in 2002.
Currently, Adam is serving a two (2) year term as Vice-Chair of Publications for the American Health Lawyers Association and is a member of the Georgia Primary Health Care Association's Institutional Review Board. He frequently publishes articles and bulletins on health care topics in AHLA publications. Recently, he authored the Georgia section of AHLA's 50 state survey on opioid prescription laws. Adam is also the author of the Certificate of Need Chapter in the Georgia Hospital Association's Hospital Law Manual.
Adam is also frequently called on to speak on health care law and probate law matters for organizations such as G2 Intelligence, the Georgia Medical Group Management Association, and the National Business Institute. Adam is on the faculty of the National Business Institute where he teaches continuing education courses for Attorneys and CPAs on business law and probate topics.
Adam and his wife Susan live on Wilmington Island with their two (2) daughters. Adam is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association, Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys, Georgia Medical Group Management Association, State Bar of Georgia Fiduciary and Health Law Sections, Savannah Bar Association, and the Savannah Estate Planning Council. Locally, Adam is an active member at the First Baptist Church of the Islands and in the Savannah Exchange Club.