InnovaCare Health Inc. is one of the leading health insurance services providers in North America. They mainly deal with the delivery of physician practice services. Under the management of Rick Shinto and Penelope Kokkinides, this is one of the best performing firms in the health sector. The two leaders have managed to implement ideas which are taking the industry by storm. InnovaCare Health is enjoying the leadership skills of two experienced leaders who can change the industry for the better.
CEO Rick Shinto
Rick Shinto has been working with InnovaCare since 2012 as the CEO. He came from Aveta Inc. where he had impressed with his good results. He won the Ernest & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2012 thanks to his dedication to innovations. In his new company, he was ready to bring a strong impact and enable the company to reap big while at the same time benefiting the people. Shinto came with a clear plan that would benefit the people through quality services unlike in the past where services were all about quantity.
Rick Shinto introduced InnovaCare Health to the LAN payment system, a new model of payment that was created by the Department of health in 2016 to deal with the issues of quality in the public health sector. The payment model is meant to create unison between the public and private organizations in the industry. Shinto embraced this model because he believes it will be of great benefit to the people due to its focus on quality services provided.
Rick Shinto has worked with other organizations in the past. He has held senior positions of leadership in organizations such as North American Medical Management, MedPartners, Pathways Management Company, and Cal Optima Health Plan. The years of experience he enjoys enables him to lead this firm in the right way.
The success story of InnovaCare Health addressed without looking at the contribution of Penelope Kokkinides, the chief administrative officer. Since 2015, she has been of great support to the CEO and the entire population of Puerto Rico. He has gone to the extent of meeting President Donald Trump to discuss matters of healthcare services on the island. He implored the president to increase the funding to the island since its health budget has been slashed significantly since 2011. Penelope Kokkinides has experience from other firms such as Touchstone Health, Centerlight Health Solutions, and Aveta Inc.