InnovaCare Health Inc. is a leading healthcare provider in the United States. This company is the leading Medicare Advantage and Medicaid programs provider in Puerto Rico. They have the best services in this region, a factor that has contributed to over 500,000 people joining their services. They have over 7,500 care providers in the region. Besides the two programs, InnovaCare Health is working with the government of Puerto Rico to provide tow government supported initiatives. The plans offered by InnovaCare Health are the best on the island. The programs are certified by NCQA, meaning the programs are innovative, sustainable and provided in a well-coordinated manner
The leadership of InnovaCare Health is behind the success of the company. A business is as successful as the people behind it. Anytime a business records good results; it is because the people running such a business are doing the correct thing. The management team at InnovaCare Health is skilled and experienced in matters of healthcare management. Led by CEO Rick Shinto, the leadership team is experienced on matters of healthcare management and can, therefore, provide the needed guidance to make it in the industry. The company is equipped with leaders who can steer it in the right direction in the face of the changes that are ever taking place in the industry.
The key leaders
The key leadership in the company is formed by CEO Rick Shinto and CAO Penelope Kokkinides. The two are experienced on matters managed healthcare. They have been in the industry for more than 20 years, each. They have previously worked with well-established organizations through which they learned the most basic needs of the industry. Now they have combined their experience to run a successful business. Penelope Kokkinides has for many years worked in the managed healthcare sector. He has run various government supported plans and therefore her experience on such matters is well pronounced.
Meeting with President Donald Trump
Penelope Kokkinides has tried a lot to help improve healthcare services in Puerto Rico. She met President Trump to discuss how healthcare services on the island could be improved. The meeting resolved to have the federal government increase the healthcare funding to the island. There has been a drop in the Medicare Advantage funding in Puerto Rico since 2011. Her wish is to see the people on this island enjoy the same services as those on the mainland. President Trump pledged to fulfill her wishes.