For InnovaCare Health, Focusing on the Welfare of their Clients and Stakeholders Is The Key.

Dr. Shinto and other key executives like Penelope Kokkinides believe in providing quality medical care for all patients as part of InnovaCare Health. InnovaCare Health is a healthcare company that works to provide the top medical support for all patients and beneficiaries. Dr. Rick Shinto has over two decades in areas of operational and clinical healthcare background as it relates to the managed care milieu. Dr. Shinto has worked for the following companies: Aventa Inc., PMC Medicare Choice, Inc., MMM Healthcare Inc., Medical Pathways Management Company, and North American Medical Management.

 

InnovaCare Health’s ability to provide the best service that they can to their customers is a big part of their InnovaCare Health’s corporate values. In 2016, InnovaCare Health made the big decision to unite and work with the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services created the LAN, or Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network. It is an initiative that InnovaCare Health truly supports.

 

The idea behind the Health Care Payment Learning and Action is to focus intently on quality, and not the number of transactions processed by the healthcare companies. The initiative by LAN is a large undertaking as it concerns a transformation to a method of payment in the public and private sector. It is an initiative that InnovaCare Health supports.

 

CEO of InnovaCare Health, Dr. Shinto, who works with talented executives at InnovaCare like Penelope Kokkinides, who is their Chief Administrative Officer. Penelope Kokkinides is the Chief Administrative Officer at InnovaCare Health. Kokkinides agreed in 2015 to join InnovaCare Health a second time. Kokkinides has had some impressive roles in the executive world. She has also been a Corporate Vice President (CVP) at AmeriChoice in the Disease Management and Care Management sector of UnitedHealth Group. While at UnitedHealth Group, Kokkinides played a key role in the creation and implementation of a new healthcare model.

 

In April 2017, Kokkinides received a special invitation to meet with President Donald Trump in the Roosevelt Room, which is located in the West Wing of the White House. Kokkinides was invited along with seven other women as part of what was deemed the Women in Healthcare panel. One of the discussions at the White House panel was the importance of women’s roles in healthcare. Kokkinides was able to speak about the serious cuts to federal funding concerning Medicare Advantage in Puerto Rico.

 

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