InnovaCare Health is famous in Puerto Rico for its dedication to offering high quality managed services. The company is run by Dr. Rick Shinto who is the president and the Chief Executive Officer, and the firm Chief Administration Officer is Penelope Kokkinides. InnovaCare Health offered referral and physical services to the people of Island and played a central role during the recent devastation of the Hurricane Maria. It runs the Medicare Advantages heath Plans ensuring the Puerto Ricans enjoys top counseling and treatment services.
Dr. Rick Shinto has over 20 years of practical and theoretical skills and knowledge dealing with healthcare managed cares and other operational services. Before joining InnovaCare, he worked at the Aventa healthcare and also MMM healthcare, and he serves as the director of the InnovaCare health board. Rick Shinto and his team organized various clinics across the island and placed them in strategic places to ensure that the people of Puerto Rico enjoyed first-hand health services after the Hurricane. Penelope Kokkinides brings his exceptional years of experiences and study in clinical applications, organization infrastructure, and clinical process and healthcare operations. In 2015 she joined the InnovaCare Health having worked at MMM and other government sectors dealing exclusively with matters about improving and innovating the daily health deal and wants of Puerto Ricans.
InnovaCare Health main agenda is the provision of the much-needed managed care to its clients, and it has over 2000,000 registered members. The company also controls the PMC Medicare that offers different clinical expertise and administration to the Island. InnovaCare prides also managing MMM health care among other managed care companies in Puerto Rico. The reopening of Las Americas Plaza after the Hurricane saw the perfect opportunity for InnovaCare to set up a clinic that exclusively offered seminars and educational workshops for promoting health wellness. The Recharge clinic duties are offering regular and monitored exercises classes, holding mental health mentoring and screening and also providing the counseling classes for those dealing with depression, grief, and anxiety. InnovaCare and MMM believe the island need specific healthcare like disease prevention and the drugs management since the majority of people have diabetics and heart disease. 1n 2017 the Urban Institute did research that proved a high number of Petro Ricans suffers from illnesses that need physical and emotion recharge, health food and appropriate drugs.
Penelope Kokkinides joined other eight women to an open panel of health care discussion, and she met with President Donald Trump talking on matters about federal health care’s legislation. She emphasized the need for increasing the Medicare Advantage of Puerto Rico funding and her analysis led to a favorable adjustment of their system.