Innovative companies have innovative leaders, and InnovaCare Health has the top leaders to bring in fresh ideas so that quality of care for patients is improved while maximizing profits for healthcare providers and creating greater efficiency within the system. InnovaCare Health has an integrated approach to healthcare that focuses on physician-led care and outcome-based metrics. When physicians are in charge of the care that they provide, less time and fewer resources are spent in management. And when the focus is placed on the outcome of a patient, those patients receive higher quality care in fewer visits, keeping the amount of money that they need to spend on their healthcare down. InnovaCare Health has some great leaders implementing these basic tenets, and they have the experience and knowledge to see the vision through.
Penelope Kokkinides as Chief Administrative Officer For InnovaCare
Kokkinides started her education in classical languages and biological sciences, studying at Binghamton University. She then went on to study social work and public health, attaining two master’s degrees. She also has a post master’s degree in alcohol and substance abuse. With this education, she became equipped to understand a wide range of public health needs in conjunction with some of the factors that deter people from seeking help. She also has extensive experience working with government organizations that help provide healthcare to people who otherwise could not afford it. She has worked with several other companies, such as Touchstone Healthcare, AmeriChoice, and Aveta, serving in several leadership roles.
Rick Shinto as President and Chief Executive Officer of InnovaCare Health
Shinto has a strong educational background, as well. He started his education at the University of California. He then went on to receive his medical degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Later, he went on to complete his M.B.A. at the University of Redlands. His career began when he was an internist and a pulmonologist in California. Later, he became interested in the management side of the industry, serving in capacities at companies like Cal Optima and Medical Pathways Management. Dr. Shinto also publishes, and he has several leadership awards to his credit, including the Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare.