Medicare, NAAM

InnovaCare Health is a provider of health care services and serves a wide area in North America. Over the years, the health care provider has committed to providing health care through two primary avenues of care.

Through proper provider networks, Medicare Advantage and Medicaid programs, the health provider can provide access to quality healthcare. They have also adopted models that are sustainable, cost-effective and that are fully integrated with a much more advanced technology ensuring the patients get the best services.

The institution of health provides its services adopting values that enable them to relate with their clients accordingly. Above all, they believe that the patient should always come first. They believe in the provision of quality Medicare and that building a strong patient-provider relationship goes a step further in increasing the quality of life. As they strive to grow their organization, it leads to corporate integrity. The health care provider embraces teamwork which has proved to be essential in finding solutions to tough challenges.

InnovaCare Health is run under the leadership of its chief executive officer Richard Shinto. Shinto has worked and helped transform the institution for the last four years. Before his work at InnovaCare, he worked as the CEO of Aveta Inc. for four years. Shinto has an experience of over 20 years in healthcare.

Business Wire reported that Rick Shinto worked as the chief medical officer at NAAM California. He held the position of chief operating officer and chief medical officer at Medical Pathways. Additionally, Shinto has authored articles on clinical medicine. He graduated from the State University of New York with a medical degree. Later, he pursued a Master’s degree in business administration from the University of Redlands.

In June 2015, Penelope Kokkinides joined the InnovaCare team. She serves the organization as the chief administrative officer. Before InnovaCare, she served as the chief operating officer at Aveta Inc. Penelope had 20 years’ experience in healthcare and majored in the government programs.

Her knowledge extends to the ability to develop clinical programs and managing health care processes that focus on improving efficiency in an organization. According to Biz Journals, Penelope Kokkinides also worked as the executive vice president at Center light HealthCare.

On the 2nd of August 2016, InnovaCare officials announced that they were participating in Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network (LAN). Taking part in this network was a move to join the system that encouraged payment models in which the quality of healthcare is used as a measure rather than quantity. Shinto announced that the organization would participate in data survey and categorize its payment plans according to APM framework