Our Story

Opus MedStrategies assists people along the patient journey to help navigate the complex healthcare ecosystem.

We emphasize client service to deliver innovative tools and strategies for access to quality, affordable medical care.

It’s our mission to help people get to the Right Place at the Right Time for the Right Care at the Right Cost – We call it R4.

And we navigate the patient journey from Directional Care to Care Insights to Cost of Care to create harmony for all stakeholders.

That’s how we Move Healthcare Forward.

Leadership

Bob has over 15 years of expertise in leading healthcare network management, cost containment and payments firms within the self-funded and fully-insured marketplace.

With a focus on clients and a deep understanding of integrated claims processing strategies, he develops successful teams and products that resonate with Third Party Administrators, Health Plans, Insurance Carriers, Self-Funded Employer Groups, Taft-Hartley Trust Funds, Stop-Loss Carriers, Reinsurers and others who seek strategies to mitigate rising healthcare costs.

Bob earned an MBA from Georgia Institute of Technology and a BA in Marketing from University of Washington.

Bob Marcoux

Bob Marcoux

Making a Difference

With 1.4 million people uninsured in the state of Georgia, there is great need to provide help to those less fortunate who require basic healthcare. We are honored to support the Georgia Charitable Care Network. The GCCN includes over 100 free clinics, extensive education efforts, and many other initiatives to deliver health services to those in need. Please learn more by visiting http://charitablecarenetwork.com/.

Beyond our borders, in our greater community, we support Doctors Without Borders in their ongoing efforts to deliver aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, and natural or man-made disasters around the world, and also the work of GAIN (Global Aid Network), a worldwide humanitarian relief and development organization dedicated to bringing hope and tangible help to the poor and suffering.

Please learn more by visiting:

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The GCCN

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Doctors Without Borders

Doctors Without Borders

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