Bill Finerfrock

Bill is the President of Capitol Associates (CAI). Prior to becoming President of CAI, in January, 2014, Bill was a Senior Vice President in the firm for more than 20 years. 

Bill specializes in health care financing, health systems reform, health workforce and rural health. 

Finerfrock has worked in and with the U.S. Congress and Federal agencies on health policy matters for nearly 40 years.

He spent nearly eight years working for two U.S. Senators (Senator Edward Brooke and Senator Roger Jepsen).  Immediately upon leaving Capitol Hill, he was hired as the first federal lobbyist for the Physician Assistant profession and served for eight years as the Director of Federal Affairs for the American Academy of Physicians Assistants.  

In addition to numerous successes in the legislative arena, he has successfully worked on public policy and regulatory issues before the Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, and the Justice Department.  In his spare time, Finerfrock serves as the Vice-Chair of the Fairfax County Healthcare Advisory Board. 

Finerfrock has received numerous awards including: the 1995 State Office of Rural Health Advocacy Award; the Watchdog Award from the Healthcare Billing and Management Association in 2006, and the American Academy of Physician Assistants President’s Award in 2002. In 2013, he was selected as the inaugural recipient of the National Association of Rural Health Clinic’s Ron Nelson award for outstanding contributions to rural health.  He has been a speaker at numerous state and national health professional meetings and has been published extensively in newsletters and professional journals.

Finerfrock is a 1977 graduate of Penn State University.  He has a degree in Political Science.