Touré McCluskey

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Touré McCluskey

2012 Fellow
Founder of OkCopay, Inc

Touré McCluskey 2012 Fellow

Bold Idea 

Empower patients to find affordable medical care with a search engine that compares procedure providers, location, and cost.

OkCopay is a search engine for medical procedures that help patients find affordable medical care. At any user can quickly search for their needed medical procedure, compare local providers, and view actual prices. The service is free to customers and covers more than 70 medical procedures.  The uninsured typically pay the most for their health care.

Touré McCluskey is an entrepreneur who has worked extensively within the health care industry. He founded OkCopay to help Americans without adequate insurance find and access affordable local health care. Touré holds an AB in History from Harvard University and an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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  • 2012
  • Fellow
  • Health & Healthcare
  • For-Profit
  • North America
  • United States

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