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Mr. Chase has been in the healthcare industry for over twenty (31) years, twenty five (25) of which have been in the hospice sector. Graduating from the University of Kentucky in 1982 as a pharmacist, he went to work for the University of Kentucky Medical Center. In 1988, he started his own pharmacy, Chase Corner Pharmacy. It was then that he began his hospice experience, working as the pharmacist for Hospice of the Bluegrass. In 1992, he founded Hospice Homecare Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio. Starting this company from scratch, Mr. Chase grew its program to 40 employees, operating in 3 cities, generating in excess of Three Million Dollars ($3 million) per year in revenue. He sold this program to Vencor in 1995 for Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,200,000), generating a Three Thousand Percent (3,000%) return on the investors� initial investment of Seventy-five Thousand Dollars ($75,000). In 1995, Mr. Chase went to work for Vencor, as Director of Home Care Services. During his tenure, he started eleven hospices from scratch for Vencare Hospice. He left shortly thereafter and co-founded ExtendaCare, Inc., a chain of long-term care facilities, a pharmacy and a hospice. As the CEO, he grew this company to over Eighty-five Million Dollars ($85,000,000) in revenue, with over Two Thousand Five Hundred (2,500) employees. He subsequently sold the pharmacy portion of the business for over Six Million Dollars ($6,000,000), yielding a Two Thousand Two Hundred Percent (2,200%) return for the investors. In 2002, Mr. Chase started Consolo Services Group, a hospice management software company and became the first web�based software company exclusively for hospices. Mr. Chase sold his stake in Consolo in December of 2009 for One Million Six Hundred Thousand Dollars on a Promissory Note to his business partner. During the life of Mr. Chase�s hospice career he has started twenty one (21) hospices from scratch, has consulting for many programs across the country, started the fasted growing hospice management software company in the country and has been involved in five (7) hospice acquisitions in the last three (5) years. Currently he has both majority and minority interests in 13 hospice offices. Four in Texas (Compass Hospice), one in Indiana (Embrace Hospice), seven in South Carolina (Embrace Hospice of South Carolina) and one in Georgia (Bethany Hospice).
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