People: Orion HealthCorp Inc (ORNH.PK)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Paul Cascio

51 2004 Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Joseph Seale

2013 President

Dale Brinkman

2013 Chief Executive Officer

Dennis Cain

71 2004 Chief Executive Officer of MBS

Marvin Retsky

72 2006 President of Rand

Tommy Smith

54 2004 President, Chief Operating Officer of MBS

Terrence Bauer

56 2013 Director

David Crane

56 2004 Director

Robert Pinkas

58 2007 Director

Joseph Valley

64 2004 Director

Biographies

Name Description

Paul Cascio

Paul H. Cascio has served as a director and the non-executive Chairman of the board of directors of Orion HealthCorp, Inc since December 2004. Mr. Cascio serves as a general partner of the general partner of Brantley Venture Partners III, L.P., Brantley Partners IV, L.P. and Brantley Partners V., L.P. Principals of Brantley Management Company, including Mr. Cascio, serve as investment adviser for Brantley Venture Partners, L.P., Brantley Venture Partners III, L.P., Brantley Partners IV, L.P. and Brantley Partners V., L.P. These Brantley entities are part of a private equity organization founded in 1987 with approximately $300 million of committed capital under management, which has been a lead investor in over 40 privately-held companies throughout the United States. Mr. Cascio has served in various capacities with these Brantley entities and their portfolio companies from 1996 to the present. Prior to joining Brantley in May 1996, Mr. Cascio was a Managing Director and head of the General Industrial Manufacturing and Services Group in the Corporate Finance Department at Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. Mr. Cascio has a wide range of investment banking experience, having completed public debt and equity, private debt and equity, mergers and acquisitions and fairness opinion assignments for a variety of industrial, consumer product and health care related companies.

Joseph Seale

Mr. Joseph A. Seale, CMA, CFE, is President of Orion HealthCorp Inc. He has dedicated the last 10 years to improving the collections performance of Orion’s clients. He has developed statistical tools combined with powerful data mining applications to predict trends, increase speed of collections and assist Orion clients in navigating an uncertain healthcare market. Mr. Seale has more than 15 years of experience in financial analysis, project development, M&A management, forecasting and valuation. Mr. Seale is a Certified Management Accountant, as well as a Certified Fraud Examiner. Mr. Seale received his Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Sam Houston State University.

Dale Brinkman

Mr. Dale N. Brinkman, MHA, FACMPE, is Chief Executive Officer of Orion HealthCorp Inc. He founded Western Skies Billing Service, a division of Orion HealthCorp, and has served as President since its inception in 1986. As a longtime practice administrator, Mr. Brinkman has experience with practice operations and clearly understands the nuances and dynamics of physician practices. Mr. Brinkman achieved his Fellow status in the American College of Medical Practice Executives in 1995 and previously served as the President of the Colorado Medical Group Management Association. Mr. Brinkman received his Bachelor’s Degree from Ohio University and his Master of Health Administration from the University of Colorado.

Dennis Cain

Dennis M. Cain has served as Chief Executive Officer of MBS since its acquisition in December 2004. Mr. Cain was founder and President of Dennis Cain Physician Solutions, LTD from 1983 through the time of its merger with MBS in December 2004. Mr. Cain has over 30 years of direct billing and account receivable management service for hospital-based physicians, specifically in the practice areas of anesthesia, pathology and radiology, primarily in the Houston and South Texas region.

Marvin Retsky

Marvin I. Retsky has served as President of Rand since its acquisition in December 2006. Dr. Retsky founded Rand in 1985, and served as President of Rand from July 1989 through the Company’s acquisition of MBS in December 2006. Dr. Retsky has over 21 years of billing and healthcare accounts receivable management experience.

Tommy Smith

Tommy M. Smith has served as President and Chief Operating Officer of MBS since its acquisition in December 2004. Mr. Smith co-founded MBS in 1985, and served as President and CEO of MBS from July 1989 through the Company’s acquisition of MBS in December 2004. Mr. Smith has over 25 years of billing and healthcare accounts receivable management experience. Prior to 1985, Mr. Smith held various management positions at Computer Concepts, Inc., a computer service and medical billing firm. Mr. Smith has been a Charter Member of the Healthcare Billing and Management Association since 1993, where he attained the Certified Healthcare Billing Management Executive certification.

Terrence Bauer

Mr. Terrence L. Bauer is Director of Orion HealthCorp, Inc. Prior to joining , Mr. Bauer served as President, Chief Executive Officer and director of IPS since co-founding IPS in 1996, and served as Chairman of the board of directors of IPS since 1999. Prior to co-founding IPS, Mr. Bauer was President and Chief Operating Officer of Allegiant Physician Services, a multi-specialty physician practice management company, from 1995 through mid-1996. Mr. Bauer’s tenure with Allegiant involved restructuring Allegiant. From 1991 until 1995, Mr. Bauer served as President and Chief Executive Officer of ATC Healthcare Services, Inc., a national healthcare staffing firm. Mr. Bauer arranged the sale of ATC in 1994 and supervised the transition of ATC into a new organizational structure in 1995. From 1987 through 1991, Mr. Bauer held various senior management positions at Critical Care America, a high technology, home infusion therapy company.

David Crane

David Crane has served as director of Orion HealthCorp, Inc since December 2004. Since November, 2005 Mr. Crane has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of NewHope Bariatrics, Inc., a start-up healthcare services company. In October 2003, Mr. Crane was appointed to the board of directors of Pediatric Services of America, Inc. (NASDAQ: PSAI), which provides a combination of pediatric home health care services through its network of branch offices. In 1989, Mr. Crane joined the original management team of MedCath Incorporated, a healthcare provider with approximately $550 million in annual revenues and served as its Chief Operating Officer until 1999 and as its President and Chief Executive Officer from 2000 until September 2003. Mr. Crane also served as a director of MedCath.

Robert Pinkas

Robert P. Pinkas has served as director of Orion since June 2007. Mr. Pinkas serves as the managing general partner of the general partner of Brantley Venture Partners II, L.P., Brantley Venture Partners III, L.P. and Brantley Partners IV, L.P. Principals of Brantley Management Company, including Mr. Pinkas, serve as investment advisers for Brantley Venture Partners, L.P., Brantley Venture Partners II, L.P., Brantley Venture Partners III, L.P., Brantley Partners IV, L.P. and Brantley Equity Partners, L.P. These Brantley entities are part of a private equity organization founded in 1987 with approximately $300 million of committed capital under management, which has been a lead investor in over 40 privately held companies throughout the U.S. Mr. Pinkas is the founding partner of Brantley Partners. Previously, he led a venture development and investment firm and was the founding director/investor in many high growth businesses in both technology and service industries. Mr. Pinkas has also worked at McKinsey & Co. as a turnaround consultant and strategist for industrial firms and as an attorney at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, a Wall Street law firm with an emphasis on corporate finance. Mr. Pinkas has served on the Board of Directors on numerous private and public companies including Pediatric Services of America (NASDAQ: PSAI). Mr. Pinkas holds A.B. and A.M. degrees from Harvard University and a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.

Joseph Valley

Joseph M. Valley, Jr. has served as director of Orion HealthCorp, Inc since December 2004. From December 1999 until December 2004, Mr. Valley was a director of IPS. Mr. Valley currently serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NCT, Inc., a networking connectivity services provider, and as a director for Agnes.com in Bridgewater, New Jersey. Mr. Valley formerly served as Chief Executive Officer of Seranin Software Corporation, a privately held company based in Dallas, Texas from 2002 to December 2004. Prior to Seranin Software, Mr. Valley served as President and Chief Operations Officer from 2001 to 2002 for QueryObject Systems Corporation, a global business intelligence software company providing analytical infrastructure solutions traded on the AMEX. From 1998 until 2001, Mr. Valley served as Chief Executive Officer and President of MIS USA. While at MIS USA, Mr. Valley was responsible for gaining global recognition and introducing the first solution for collaborative analytical processing.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Paul Cascio

--

Joseph Seale

--

Dale Brinkman

--

Dennis Cain

300,095

Marvin Retsky

10,917

Tommy Smith

285,172

Terrence Bauer

430,498

David Crane

--

Robert Pinkas

--

Joseph Valley

--
As Of 30 Dec 2006

Options Compensation

Name Options Value

Paul Cascio

0 0

Joseph Seale

0 0

Dale Brinkman

0 0

Dennis Cain

150,000 0

Marvin Retsky

0 0

Tommy Smith

150,000 0

Terrence Bauer

300,000 0

David Crane

0 0

Robert Pinkas

0 0

Joseph Valley

0 0
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