Staff

Mr. Honiberg has a diverse background in the health care field that includes hospital operations, strategic planning, and policy research. Mr. Honiberg founded Potomac Health Associates following stints in the health care practices of several large policy and research firms, ICF, and Abt Associates. Since 1992, he has focused on the intersection between research, business development and healthcare contracting in federal market sectors in general, and within the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs in particular. Mr. Honiberg has developed unique expertise in the federal procurement and acquisition process, specifically as it relates to health care contracting initiatives. He has been asked to present to clinical and contracting staff from various federal agencies and served as an expert witness in a shareholder rights suit involving a military health care contract. Since the firm’s inception, Mr. Honiberg’s clients have been awarded in excess of $3.75 billion in both competitive and non-competitive awards for health and insurance contracts from agencies of the federal government. Read More


Mr. Weinstein provides legal advice to a wide variety of U.S. and foreign corporations in all areas of federal and state procurement contracts and grant formation, administration and litigation. In addition, he represents clients in federal and state courts and in administrative negotiations, and lobbies elected officials and staff in the U.S. Congress. Mr. Weinstein has advised businesses and individuals for over 20 years on all aspects of contracting with the federal government. Mr. Weinstein maintains an active practice while working closely with Potomac Health Associates to advise its clients on the full spectrum of issues that arise in offering and providing health care services to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense and other government agencies. Mr. Weinstein has lectured before the National Contract Management Association, state bar associations, and other organizations. He was previously Partner and head of the Government Contracts practice group at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot, and represented companies in all aspects of federal and state government contracts, grants and cooperative agreement litigation, and contract formation, administration, close-out and audit issues. He has filed and defended bid protests before U.S. Government Accountability Office. He is a frequent lecturer before professional and legal groups on federal procurement issues. Read More


Dr. Coulam has been an academic and researcher for 30 years with extensive experience devising and managing long-term research and evaluation projects on Medicare and Medicaid policy issues. He has been active in research efforts supporting recent federal initiatives to reform the Medicare program. Dr. Coulam's work has been published in Health Services Research, Health Affairs, Health Care Financing Review, Hospital Topics, Inquiry, and other health services research journals. Prior to his current position at Simmons, Dr. Coulam spent 16 years at Abt Associates, working as project director, principal investigator, and senior researcher specializing in the conception, management, and synthesis of large-scale research and technical assistance projects in areas of Medicare and Medicaid policy. At Simmons, his primary responsibilities in the program are to teach courses in health policy, health law and economics, and to enhance the program's research and outside funding activities. Read More