Medical articles and reports on what’s going on in the healthcare environment are difficult for most people to understand. There are supposed to be news sources that explain these things to people, but they usually only tell people what they want them to know.
That undermining mentality has created a bad relationship between healthcare providers and their patients. There are also too many stories about healthcare companies cutting people’s healthcare or not giving people quality medical care they need. Again, this is caused by deliberate reports that only want people to know specific things and specific times.
Luckily, there are companies trying to improve patient-provider relationships for positive reasons. Most of the time companies say they care about their patients; they’re just trying to attract new patients. InnovaCare is not one of those companies. They always put their patients first and providing quality medical care is their number one priority. InnovaCare, Inc. operates two Medicare Advantage plans: MMM Healthcare, LLC and PMC Medicare Choice, LLC – in addition to a medical service organization.
In order to provide the best quality medical care, InnovaCare Health only hires professions who are dedicated to bettering their patients’ quality of life. Among those professions is Dr. Richard A. Shinto, a 20-plus-year veteran who specializes in clinical studies and operational healthcare.
Since joining InnovaCare Health, he’s excelled at leading many of the enterprise’s subsidiaries. Dr. Shinto is no novice when it comes to leading healthcare companies. Over his 20-year career, he’s headed several prestigious healthcare institutions. It’s a miracle that InnovaCare landed him as their new CEO and President. He was made CEO and President of the entire company after leading InnovaCare Health Plans to the number one spot as Puerto Rico’s top managed care provider.
The other side of InnovaCare’s success comes from Penelope Kokkinides, its current Chief Administrative Officer. She worked for InnovaCare years ago but left to pursue other career options. During her time away, she worked for a number of companies, where she improved efficiency and infrastructure. Click Here for more information.
Like Dr. Shinto, Kokkinides also has over 20 years experience in the medical field; she specializes in working with government programs. She’s also adept at developing clinical programs and overseeing healthcare processes.
Where she differs from Dr. Shinto is her primary focus: she’s more focused on the ins and outs of business and programs. All of her university degrees gives her an advantage over practicing physicians.