Clark A. Marcus

Chairman and CEO
Advanzeon Solutions, Inc.

Clark A. Marcus, is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Advanzeon Solutions, Inc. (the “Company”), and its subsidiary, Pharmacy Value Management Solutions, Inc. (“PVMS”), located in Tampa, Florida. 
From September, 1993 until October, 2008, Mr. Marcus served as Chairman of the Board of The Amacore Group, Inc. (f/k/a Eye Care International, Inc.), and he formerly served as Amacore’s Chief Executive Officer and President.  In or about September 2008, Mr. Marcus, along with others, formed Core Corporate Consulting Group, Inc. (CCCG), which company had as its primary focus the development of healthcare programs for ultimate introduction into the managed care and non-managed care market segments of healthcare.  In January 2009, the Company acquired 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of CCCG, and in May 2009, Mr. Marcus joined the Company as its Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.  In this position, Mr. Marcus was instrumental in doubling the Company’s revenue from approximately $14 million to approximately $30 million in a twelve-month period followed by additional annual increases to approximately $71 million in 2011 and $69 million in 2012. He was also credited with increasing the Company’s financial position from non-profitability to profitability, and starting in 2012, Mr. Marcus led the Company’s expansion into the areas of pharmacy management savings and sleep apnea screening, diagnosis and treatment.  Over the past two years, under Mr. Marcus’ guidance, PVMS developed SleepMaster Solutions™, the nation’s first (and largest) complete sleep apnea program featuring a “blue ribbon” Medical Advisory Board of national and international medical leaders in PVMS’ portfolio of accounts; a medical diagnostic process for identifying drivers with mild to severe sleep apnea and a complete sleep apnea treatment program compliant with federal regulations.
Mr. Marcus currently serves on the Board of Directors for America’s Agenda: Health Care for All.  He also serves on the Corporate Leadership Advisory Council to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  Mr. Marcus previously served as a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Corporate Advisory Council; participated as guest lecturer at various national health care conferences and has authored numerous health care related articles published in various national health care publications such as “Managed Care Weekly” and Managing Employee Health Benefits.” Mr. Marcus has been a practicing attorney since 1968 and was a Partner in the New York law firms of Victor & Marcus and Marcus & Marcus. In his general practice, Mr. Marcus represented clients engaged in a number of corporate financing and international transactions and investment ventures.

Business Activities:
Mr. Marcus has been engaged in a significant number of business activities (both public and private) since 1971 including:
The Gordon Fitch Exchange (National and International distributor of various products- Private)
Justin Products - Toy Manufacturer and licensee of Disney; World Wildlife Fund and the Simpsons (among others) - Private
Ferrons (licensee for US Open Tennis Tournament — Private)
Sweet Victory Ice Cream (Diet Ice Cream Parlors — Public)
Satellite Gateway Communications/Up South Corporation (Satellite communication company — Private)
Dimensional Vision Group Limited (Three Dimensional Photography — Public)
Keystone Medical Corp., (On Site Drug Screening and Definitive G.C. Mass Spec Testing – Public)
Fountain Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (creator of solvent dilution micro carriers for delivery of cosmetic and pharmaceutical grade compounds — Public)

In a significant number of the projects delineated above Mr. Marcus was either the creator of the original concepts or founder of the corporate entity.

Supplemental Details

            While the above CV sets forth what amounts to an overview of some of Mr. Marcus’ business activities, this supplemental detail of same provides the potential investor with greater insight into the nature and success of some of Mr. Marcus’ various ventures. 
The Gordon Fitch Exchange.  Founded in 1978, The Gordon Fitch Exchange became internationally known as a sourcing entity for private and governmental projects in various parts of the world.  Within a one-year period, The Gordon Fitch Exchange successfully supplied the Thailand government with industrial pumps; a well-respected Chinese research/drug manufacturing facility with key ingredients for manufacturing penicillin; commercial rolls of toilet paper to the Government of Lagos and achieved a net worth rating from Standard & Poors of $1 million plus.  Investors made significant revenues on their initial investment.
Justin Products.  Justin Products was a diverse toy manufacturer and licensee achieving contracts with Disney, the World Wildlife Fund and The Simpsons.  Through its subsidiary, Capetronics, Justin manufactured a complete electronic line of Disney toys embodying Disney “characters”; through a license agreement with the World Wildlife Fund, Justin, through facilities in Mexico, manufactured what is commonly known as “plush” stuffed animals; a complete line of “Barbie-like” dolls and a host of other electronic toys sold primarily to Toys-R-Us.
Ferrons.  Ferrons was, for many years, the logo licensee of the premiere US tennis tournament known as the US Open (US Open logo).  With offices and manufacturing relationships in Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Phillipines and China, Ferrons was responsible for producing US Open clothing and other forms of paraphernalia bearing the US Open logo.
All of the above entities were private ventures and all were extremely profitable for its early-stage private investors.
Dimensional Vision Group Limited (DVG).  Founded and initially funded by Mr. Marcus, DVG ultimately engaged in a public offering.  Following Mr. Marcus’ initial funding, the company’s publicly traded units, which opened at approximately $6 achieved a high of approximately $32.  Early-stage private investors (prior to the public offering) invested at prices ranging from $0.50 to $3. 
            Fountain Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  Founded and initially funded by Mr. Marcus, the company engaged in a public offering in approximately 1990.  Following Mr. Marcus’ initial fund, the company’s publicly traded units, which opened at approximately $6 achieved a high of approximately $27.  Early-stage private investors (prior to the public offering) invested at prices ranging from $0.50 to $3.

Publications and Speaking Engagements

Compensation and Benefits Management, guest Columnist “Presenteeism, “A Clear View of a Growing Problem, Winter 2001

Human Capital, Presenteeism Outweighs Absenteeism, May/June 2001
Employee Benefit News, Vision Benefits Aid Attack On “Presenteeism,” December 2000
Ocular Surgery News, Practitioner Survey Targets Ocular Conditions of Baby Boomers, October 15, 2000
ESN Magazine, Out of Focus, September 2000
National Managed Health Care Conference (NMHCC - 1999, keynote speaker) Ask the Doctor — National Syndicated Radio Talk Show Guest on several occasions
Benefits and Compensation Solutions, Beating Computer Vision Syndrome, March 1999

Human Resource Professional, How To Select A Vision Plan, January/February 1999
Benefits and Compensation Solutions, New Developments in Vision Care, November 1998
Managed Care Week, New Insight Into Vision Benefits: An Employer’s Tool To Reduce Costs In A High-Tech Society, August 17, 1998

Managing Employee Health Benefits, Evaluating a Vision Plan the Right Way, Summer 1998

Chairman and CEO
Advanzeon Solutions, Inc.

Clark A. Marcus, is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Advanzeon Solutions, Inc. (the “Company”), and its subsidiary, Pharmacy Value Management Solutions, Inc. (“PVMS”), located in Tampa, Florida. 
From September, 1993 until October, 2008, Mr. Marcus served as Chairman of the Board of The Amacore Group, Inc. (f/k/a Eye Care International, Inc.), and he formerly served as Amacore’s Chief Executive Officer and President.  In or about September 2008, Mr. Marcus, along with others, formed Core Corporate Consulting Group, Inc. (CCCG), which company had as its primary focus the development of healthcare programs for ultimate introduction into the managed care and non-managed care market segments of healthcare.  In January 2009, the Company acquired 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of CCCG, and in May 2009, Mr. Marcus joined the Company as its Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.  In this position, Mr. Marcus was instrumental in doubling the Company’s revenue from approximately $14 million to approximately $30 million in a twelve-month period followed by additional annual increases to approximately $71 million in 2011 and $69 million in 2012. He was also credited with increasing the Company’s financial position from non-profitability to profitability, and starting in 2012, Mr. Marcus led the Company’s expansion into the areas of pharmacy management savings and sleep apnea screening, diagnosis and treatment.  Over the past two years, under Mr. Marcus’ guidance, PVMS developed SleepMaster Solutions™, the nation’s first (and largest) complete sleep apnea program featuring a “blue ribbon” Medical Advisory Board of national and international medical leaders in PVMS’ portfolio of accounts; a medical diagnostic process for identifying drivers with mild to severe sleep apnea and a complete sleep apnea treatment program compliant with federal regulations.
Mr. Marcus currently serves on the Board of Directors for America’s Agenda: Health Care for All.  He also serves on the Corporate Leadership Advisory Council to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  Mr. Marcus previously served as a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Corporate Advisory Council; participated as guest lecturer at various national health care conferences and has authored numerous health care related articles published in various national health care publications such as “Managed Care Weekly” and Managing Employee Health Benefits.” Mr. Marcus has been a practicing attorney since 1968 and was a Partner in the New York law firms of Victor & Marcus and Marcus & Marcus. In his general practice, Mr. Marcus represented clients engaged in a number of corporate financing and international transactions and investment ventures.

Business Activities:
Mr. Marcus has been engaged in a significant number of business activities (both public and private) since 1971 including:
The Gordon Fitch Exchange (National and International distributor of various products- Private)
Justin Products - Toy Manufacturer and licensee of Disney; World Wildlife Fund and the Simpsons (among others) - Private
Ferrons (licensee for US Open Tennis Tournament — Private)
Sweet Victory Ice Cream (Diet Ice Cream Parlors — Public)
Satellite Gateway Communications/Up South Corporation (Satellite communication company — Private)
Dimensional Vision Group Limited (Three Dimensional Photography — Public)
Keystone Medical Corp., (On Site Drug Screening and Definitive G.C. Mass Spec Testing – Public)
Fountain Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (creator of solvent dilution micro carriers for delivery of cosmetic and pharmaceutical grade compounds — Public)

In a significant number of the projects delineated above Mr. Marcus was either the creator of the original concepts or founder of the corporate entity.

Supplemental Details

            While the above CV sets forth what amounts to an overview of some of Mr. Marcus’ business activities, this supplemental detail of same provides the potential investor with greater insight into the nature and success of some of Mr. Marcus’ various ventures. 
The Gordon Fitch Exchange.  Founded in 1978, The Gordon Fitch Exchange became internationally known as a sourcing entity for private and governmental projects in various parts of the world.  Within a one-year period, The Gordon Fitch Exchange successfully supplied the Thailand government with industrial pumps; a well-respected Chinese research/drug manufacturing facility with key ingredients for manufacturing penicillin; commercial rolls of toilet paper to the Government of Lagos and achieved a net worth rating from Standard & Poors of $1 million plus.  Investors made significant revenues on their initial investment.
Justin Products.  Justin Products was a diverse toy manufacturer and licensee achieving contracts with Disney, the World Wildlife Fund and The Simpsons.  Through its subsidiary, Capetronics, Justin manufactured a complete electronic line of Disney toys embodying Disney “characters”; through a license agreement with the World Wildlife Fund, Justin, through facilities in Mexico, manufactured what is commonly known as “plush” stuffed animals; a complete line of “Barbie-like” dolls and a host of other electronic toys sold primarily to Toys-R-Us.
Ferrons.  Ferrons was, for many years, the logo licensee of the premiere US tennis tournament known as the US Open (US Open logo).  With offices and manufacturing relationships in Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Phillipines and China, Ferrons was responsible for producing US Open clothing and other forms of paraphernalia bearing the US Open logo.
All of the above entities were private ventures and all were extremely profitable for its early-stage private investors.
Dimensional Vision Group Limited (DVG).  Founded and initially funded by Mr. Marcus, DVG ultimately engaged in a public offering.  Following Mr. Marcus’ initial funding, the company’s publicly traded units, which opened at approximately $6 achieved a high of approximately $32.  Early-stage private investors (prior to the public offering) invested at prices ranging from $0.50 to $3. 
            Fountain Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  Founded and initially funded by Mr. Marcus, the company engaged in a public offering in approximately 1990.  Following Mr. Marcus’ initial fund, the company’s publicly traded units, which opened at approximately $6 achieved a high of approximately $27.  Early-stage private investors (prior to the public offering) invested at prices ranging from $0.50 to $3.

Publications and Speaking Engagements

Compensation and Benefits Management, guest Columnist “Presenteeism, “A Clear View of a Growing Problem, Winter 2001

Human Capital, Presenteeism Outweighs Absenteeism, May/June 2001
Employee Benefit News, Vision Benefits Aid Attack On “Presenteeism,” December 2000
Ocular Surgery News, Practitioner Survey Targets Ocular Conditions of Baby Boomers, October 15, 2000
ESN Magazine, Out of Focus, September 2000
National Managed Health Care Conference (NMHCC - 1999, keynote speaker) Ask the Doctor — National Syndicated Radio Talk Show Guest on several occasions
Benefits and Compensation Solutions, Beating Computer Vision Syndrome, March 1999

Human Resource Professional, How To Select A Vision Plan, January/February 1999
Benefits and Compensation Solutions, New Developments in Vision Care, November 1998
Managed Care Week, New Insight Into Vision Benefits: An Employer’s Tool To Reduce Costs In A High-Tech Society, August 17, 1998

Managing Employee Health Benefits, Evaluating a Vision Plan the Right Way, Summer 1998

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