With more than 120 years of combined expertise in delivering managed care, the leadership of InnovaCare Health has been in the forefront of intensifying unmatched professionalism, producing proven results through a combination of innovation and quality care. The leadership team has proven experience that aims at providing services that surpass the expectations of their patients and the rapidly growing demand for the healthcare industry. The leveraging of the administrative and operational experience of every staff has enhanced the growth of the facility.
InnovaCare Health distinguishes itself from others in their expertise, results and their best practices. It has a proven record of helping partners develop their businesses into higher levels and in delivering care in a model that is focused on the general population. Its foundation was laid in 1998 by Rick Shinto who is the President and Chief Executive Officer of InnovaCare Health. He was recently recognized among the Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare in 2018. The whole family of InnovaCare was excited by this listing of their CEO among the HealthCare leaders.
Rick Shinto, M.D. has produced proven and incredible results by improving the quality of patient healthcare in various organizations and also supported the upcoming ones to provide quality care. He has helped the community of Puerto Rico through MMM Healthcare which is part of InnovaCare Health that’s headquartered at Fort Lee in New Jersey. It has become the leading integrated healthcare services provider in the region focusing on government health plans and spearheading quality healthcare models.
MMM Healthcare has turned out to be one of the leading health plans across Puerto Rico. The InnovaCare Health Organization is serving more than 467,000 members and has been very crucial in supporting healthcare re-establish especially after disasters like Hurricane Maria in 2017. It has been accredited with NCQA and been rated highly by Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services in Puerto Rico.
Another key leader in InnovaCare Health is the Chief Administrative Officer Penelope Kokkinides. In establishing their functionality as an organization, she was among the women who had been invited into the White House to discuss and deliberate on federal health care legislation. The meeting was chaired by President Trump. The Women in Healthcare Panel consisted of 8 women where Kokkinides was among them.
Penelope Kokkinides in her chance with Trump and Seema Verma who is the CMS administrator, she insisted on the need for increased money and funding to the whole plan of Medicare Advantage across Puerto Rico. She expressed her confidence on the present administration in enabling them thrust again in offering quality services to their members in Puerto Rico.