Consortia Health is On the Grow

As a privately held company with a big vision, Consortia Health is seeking accredited investors who share our mission. We want to help improve treatment for people of all ages with pelvic floor disorders.

We see immense potential in the market for pelvic floor therapy clinical incontinence services in the U.S. and around the globe, working with both physician practices and long-term care facilities.

Experienced Management

Consortia is led by a senior management team with extensive experience in health care, finance, technology transfer, startups, and initial public offerings.

Gail S. Page

Cofounder and Director, Consortia Health Holdings, Inc.
Managing Partner, Vineyard Investment Advisors

Ms. Page has devoted her entire career to health care, with a passion for promoting emerging technologies that advance personalized medicine and wellness. She founded Consortia in 2012 and Vineyard Investments in 2013, focused on turning brilliant ideas into high-ROI products and services that improve the quality of care. Earlier, she was president and CEO of Vermillion, Inc., which launched the first FDA-cleared blood test to help diagnose ovarian cancer, in association with Quest Diagnostics. She also
served as an executive with Laboratory Corporation of America, Luminex, and American Monitor Corporation. She currently serves on leading corporate and not-for-profit boards, including the National Association of Corporate
Directors, Sword Diagnostics, Nx Prenatal, and Chembio. She earned degrees from Santa Fe Community College and the University of Florida, and completed the executive management program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School.

Jeff Oliva

Cofounder, President and CEO, Consortia Health Holdings, Inc.
Mr. Oliva brings international health care expertise in successful technology transfer, new product rollouts, and business development to his leadership role with Consortia. Prior to starting Consortia, he was Global Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for i3, the clinical research division of UnitedHealth Group, the world’s largest health care company. He led that division’s growth to $2 billion in sales and managed its eventual sale to a private equity firm. Previously, he was Director of Global Accounts for the Hewlett-Packard Company, where he worked with C-suite clients at FORTUNE 10 and other multinational companies. His experience also includes the startup of WebMD, as well as management positions at Dianon Systems and London-based Idis Pharma. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Hiram College in Ohio, where he was a member of their record-setting football team.

Kirk Patterson

Chief Financial Officer, Consortia Health Holdings, Inc.
Mr. Patterson is a finance executive with extensive experience in corporate financial management and accounting, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, and investor relations. Before joining Consortia, he was CFO of Omni Water Solutions, where he established the company’s financial planning, reporting, and accounting functions, and played a key role in preferred stock financings. Earlier, he was CFO and SVP of Entorian Technologies, where he was hired to provide financial management for a planned IPO. He also held management posts with Cirrus Logic, PricewaterhouseCoopers/BP Amoco, and Amoco Production Company. He is a CPA and earned a bachelor of accountancy from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School.

More than 200 million people in the world suffer from incontinence, according to the National Association for Continence.

In the U.S., more than 13 million people experience pelvic floor disorders, and many will visit the 38,000 OB/GYN doctors with practices in the U.S., as well as primary care physicians,
gastroenterologists, urologists, and other specialists who treat incontinence

Pelvic floor therapy helps patients avoid costly and risky procedures such as surgery and
long-term medications. Most insurance companies cover our pelvic wellness services.

Incontinence is the second leading cause of admission to nursing homes. Pelvic floor therapy can help people avoid the move to assisted living. We can also work with nursing homes to help their residents regain bladder and bowel control.

Consortia Health is currently serving patients in 00 states with plans to expand to all 50.

The rapidly growing long-term care market in the U.S. is our next focus for growth.

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