Atlanta, GA – Three C has changed its name to curavita, signaling a change in the organization’s ownership with the addition of Mike Marsau as principal. curavita, which means “care for life,” coordinates care for complex and catastrophic workers’ compensation cases.
Marsau has held executive roles in workers’ compensation medical management companies, including those providing home health care and durable medical equipment and medical supplies, for the past decade. Most recently, he was the vice president of sales and account management for Total Medical Solutions. Previously Marsau directed sales and marketing for EK Health and served as senior vice president of business development for Cypress Care.
“Mike brings a wealth of experience in business development, marketing and product and service development,” said Lisa Datelle Quarterman, founder/principal of curavita. “He has helped us refine our focus to concentrate on the complex and catastrophic cases that drive so much of the work comp claims cost.”
Quarterman has her own impressive background in workers’ compensation medical management. She founded the pharmacy benefit manager Cypress Care, was among Business Insurance’s “2007 Women to Watch” and has been featured in numerous industry and business publications, including Fortune Magazine. Prior to Cypress Care, she served as the East Coast director of sales for One Call Comprehensive Care and previously worked for Progressive Medical and PMSI.
Source: curavita/King Knight