Often time, people don’t really know what the leaders of a company are really like. For a start, there’s a big difference between company leaders and stakeholders. Usually, people get those confused and it causes a lot of negative media attention. It can make any company seem uninterested in solving problems.It seems that one industry that gets a bad reputation due to that confusion is the healthcare industry. While it is true that today’s healthcare environment is complex and heavily affected by the federal government, there are companies trying to resolve the many challenges facing those in desperate need of medical care.One company truly affecting change is InnovaCare Health. For years, InnovaCare has tried to meet the challenges of the current healthcare system. It’s InnovaCare’s goal to provide quality medical care to every patient; even those who don’t use their services. It’s not about money for InnovaCare. It’s about helping those in need.
And no one proves that more than InnovaCare’s President and CEO, Dr. Richard Shinto. Dr. Shinto’s contributions to the company have been extensive. He brings a higher standard of leadership to InnovaCare, which it didn’t have before. Dr. Shinto even once served on a management team, giving him all the tools he needed to put together another brilliant team at InnovaCare.For over 20 years, Dr. Shinto worked in clinical and the best operational healthcare. He’s a decorated physician with the reputation of being considerate of all patients and a master-planner. Thanks to his genius work, InnovaCare Health is still the number one provider of managed care in Puerto Rico.
Even more impressive is that Dr. Shinto maintained his medical license throughout his career. After earning his medical degree, he began practicing as an internist and pulmonologist in Southern California, where he also maintains medical tenure.Dr. Shinto is not alone in serving InnovaCare. The current Chief Administrative Officer, Penelope Kokkinides, is there to help him. Penelope is a strong leader on her own. She’s led other major healthcare companies to some great successes. Her expertise leans more toward the development and implementation end of the healthcare spectrum.Penelope also has more than 20 years in the managed care industry. Her experience dealt with government programs like Medicaid. Throughout her career, she’s specialized in developing health care processes.