Adam specializes in complex health care and public policy litigation. He has represented clients successfully in matters spanning Medicaid managed care, Medicare reimbursement cuts and the 340B drug pricing program. Furthermore, Adam has assisted health care providers with federal administrative appeals proceedings and drafted state legislation.
Hepworth is also an avid traveler, having visited over 100 countries. In his free time he co-founded Grasshopper Adventures as well as serving on their advisory board.
Early Life and Education
Adam has provided counseling services to health care organizations on a wide array of issues, such as reimbursement strategies for community-based providers, reimbursement under 340B Drug Pricing Program and HIPAA regulations concerning substance use disorder privacy, Medicaid waiver programs and telehealth. Adam also advised clients on their ability to comment on state and federal rules pertaining to social determinants of health.
She receives the West Riding Travel Scholarship and travels to Italy, studying under master carver Ardini who taught her that marble “changes color under different hands.” After returning home in 1929 she married fellow sculptor John Skeaping with whom she had Paul before their marriage broke apart three years later. Later Hepworth moved her studio at 7 The Mall Hampstead where she also exhibits with the Seven and Five Society.
Adam Hepworth brings extensive business expertise across multiple industries. He has built several successful companies himself and served as consultant to others, as well as possessing strong financial acumen and an ability to predict long-term trends.
Hepworth is a senior counsel at Foley and Lardner LLP, where his practice specializes in healthcare law – particularly Medicaid and Medicare. He has provided advice and counsel to clients regarding matters including internal audits and investigations, OIG self-disclosures, the 340B drug pricing program as well as state legislation related to FQHC reimbursement, telehealth services and Medicaid waiver programs.
Hepworth is an enthusiastic traveler and has visited over 30 countries. He is driven to help others discover their purpose and follow their dreams.
Achievement and Honors
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Hepworth showed in Paris with Picasso and was greatly influenced by avant-garde sculptors Constantin Brancusi and Jean Arp who introduced abstract forms into art. She was awarded with Dame Commander of the Order of British Empire.
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Adam Hepworth is the CEO and co-founder of Jamberry Nails and Bluehouse Ski Company. He earned both his Ph.D. from University of Tennessee’s Marketing program as well as an MBA degree from University of Texas Dallas’ Media Business program; his research is focused on consumer-based strategy as well as frontline employee engagement.
Hepworth won a travel scholarship and spent 18 months exploring Italy, taking in Florence’s art scene and traveling through Tuscany’s landscape – becoming just as influential an influence as Yorkshire had been years prior.
Hepworth married fellow artist and sculptor Ben Nicholson in 1938 and went on to have triplets before moving to St Ives in southwestern England, where she lived until she died from a fire at her studio in 1975.
Hepworth is the managing director of an Australian multinational PPE business headquartered out of Sydney and also acts as an adventure philanthropist, adrenalin enthusiast, Virgin Galactic Future Astronaut, and Space Perspective Ambassador.
He believes the world is rapidly transforming, and young children must be prepared to face its changes with an optimistic perspective and hopefulness for a bright future. Big Change, an educational nonprofit focused on encouraging children to believe in themselves and pursue their dreams, has long been his passion.
Hepworth has appeared as a guest on various podcasts and media interviews to address various topics, such as health care reform, federal advocacy efforts, and the upcoming election. Additionally, he is an active member of both American Health Lawyers Association and California Health Law Journal as a contributing author.