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Salt Lake City, UT, February 16, 2019 – Civica Rx is proud to announce that Heather Wall, Chief
Commercial Officer, has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of 2019’s Women
Leaders to Watch in Healthcare. The profiles of all the winners are featured in the February 18,
2019 print issue of Modern Healthcare and online. The magazine’s recognition program honors
the top women healthcare executives who are influencing the policy and care delivery models
across the country.

“We are incredibly fortunate to have Heather’s leadership, experience and passion for patients
as we launch Civica Rx to reduce chronic drug shortages,” said Martin VanTrieste, CEO of Civica
Rx. “In previous roles, Heather has had a direct line of site into the impact drug shortages have
on patient care. I know I speak for our entire Civica team as well as our leading Health System
partners when I say her commitment to solving this problem for patients is palpable and

Heather’s expertise spans across the healthcare continuum with a focus on design,
implementation and execution of hospital and health system strategies that improve patient
care. Heather has a 20-year plus career where she held positions of significant responsibility for
strategy, operations and finance, including various roles in hospital management, quality,
strategy and high-value health care delivery.

“Congratulations to Heather and the other leaders in the 2019 class and this year’s 10 to
Watch,” said Aurora Aguilar, editor for Modern Healthcare. “Thank you all for your contributions
to healthcare.”

More on Heather Wall

Prior to joining Civica, Heather worked at Intermountain Healthcare as an Enterprise Initiative
Partner and was responsible for driving forward Intermountain’s key strategic initiatives. Before
this position, Heather was the Operations Officer for Intermountain Healthcare’s LDS Hospital,
with accountability for hospital-wide operations, strategic growth and high-value healthcare
delivery. Before joining Intermountain in 2008, Heather was the President / Managing Partner
of Tesaris Corporation, a healthcare consulting and technology company. In this position,
Heather designed and optimized strategy and operational efficiency for hospitals, ranging in size
from critical access facilities to academic medical centers. Heather received her Masters of
Business Administration from Arizona State University and her Bachelor of Science in
management from Brigham Young University.

About Civica Rx

Civica Rx is a not-for-profit, non-stock generic drug manufacturing company that acts in the best
interest of patients who are at risk during drug shortages that are created by inconsistent,
unpredictable, and often unstable market dynamics. Civica Rx was founded in the public interest
by hospital systems concerned about generic drug shortages and philanthropic organizations
passionate about improving healthcare. As part of Civica Rx’s business model, member health
systems determine the drugs that Civica Rx manufactures based largely on the most urgent

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