InnovaCare Health, a leading provider of physician practice services and Medicare Advantage and Medicaid plans, is redefining healthcare management. Driven by the visionary leadership of CEO Richard Shinto, M.D. and Chief Administrative Officer Penelope Kokkinides, the company has created provider care models that are truly innovative. They provide the highest quality healthcare using the most advanced technologies as part of cost-effective, sustainable models. Their Puerto Rico based PMC Medicare Choice and MMM Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans have 7,500 providers and serves 200,000 patients.
At InnovaCare Health providing patients with the best possible care is their number one priority. The company is revered for its ability to create coordinated care models that offer broad benefit coverage for the growing number of patients they serve. While other healthcare companies are attempting to cut costs by reducing the type, range and quality of the services they offer, InnovaCare Health strives to improve and expand the services they provide for patients in North America’s constantly changing, diverse healthcare setting. At InnovaCare Health they do whatever is necessary to ensure the best patient outcomes possible.
The healthcare environment in North America today is increasingly complex and presents a whole host of challenges to patients and healthcare providers on innovacarewellness.com. InnovaCare Health has been able to redefine healthcare management and meet the needs of their patients through their creative and effective use of their Provider Networks as well as Medicare Advantage and Medicaid plans. The company and its subsidiaries remain focused on developing the type of strong patient-provider relationships that lead to excellent patient care outcomes.
Part of the reason for their success is the unique and shared perspectives Dr. Rick Shinto and CAO Penelope Kokkinides bring to the healthcare management company. Before he became CEO of InnovaCare Health, Dr. Richard Shinto spent over 20 years first as a pulmonologist and internist, then gaining experience in the clinical and operational end of managed care as chief medical officer for several healthcare companies. Penelope Kokkinides background is in developing and managing clinical programs and health care operations and processes with the goal of improving organizational infrastructure and inefficiencies.
To them proper healthcare management means the patients get the best possible treatment and outcomes and the company is able to efficiently manage their technology and overall costs.