InnovaCare Health: Trying to Change the World of Managed Care

Without companies like InnovaCare Health, millions of people would suffer from easily resolved medical care issues. Everyone sees that healthcare is a hot political topic that everyone is arguing the rights and wrongs of, but no one is trying to provide actual solutions.

While politics use healthcare to boast its beliefs and values, InnovaCare Health is actually trying to help people suffering from a complex health care management environment. Currently, the U.S. is in an ever-changing transitional period where health care goes back and forth between quality and affordability. In InnovaCare Health’s opinion, quality should trump affordability.

According to every political discussion, the problem is price. According to those who work in the managed care industry, the problem is quality. Free healthcare doesn’t do anyone good if the quality is below what they need to live long, healthy lives. With a less complex healthcare environment, quality and cost could easily be figured out and resolved. Check out their website


InnovaCare Health is one of the few companies trying to redefine the industry as a whole. It’s not just about making money or giving people quality medical care right now; it’s about permanently solving the issue. InnovaCare wants to create more sustainable managed care models.

Currently, the man leading InnovaCare Health Solutions is Dr. Richard Shinto. Dr. Shinto is CEO and President of the company, earning the position after making InnovaCare the number-one provider of healthcare in Puerto Rico. Of course, it was important to him that InnovaCare Health do everything it could to help people affected by the hurricane that struck Puerto Rico

Dr. Shinto has more than 20 years of clinical studies experience and began his career as an internist and pulmonologist in Southern California. Before joining InnovaCare Health, he served in many high-ranking positions at several prestigious medical institutions.

Alongside Dr. Shinto is Chief Administrative Officer Kokkinides. Penelope Kokkinides worked for InnovaCare Health before Dr. Shinto, but she left InnovaCare to pursue other options. In 2015, she returned and started helping InnovaCare Health build a stronger infrastructure. Unlike Dr. Shinto, she’s not a practicing physician.

Kokkinides’ expertise deals more with working with government programs. She’s also an expert at developing clinical programs and managing health care operations. She specializes in improving efficiencies and strengthening organizational infrastructure. You can follow their Twitter page.


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