Developing a company in the healthcare industry to rank among the best is not one of the easiest tasks to accomplish. Many of the professionals who have tried to accomplish this role and succeeded are people whose experience running businesses spans over one decade. There are many challenges that one has to work around that make it difficult for companies to progress, especially if the company is not established enough. Rick Shinto is one of the individuals whose support for the healthcare industry led to the development of a new system that caters for the needs of all users.
Working with InnovaCare Health as their CEO allowed him to apply his ideas to help the struggling company to get back to its course. For many years, Rick Shinto has been working on offering solutions to the healthcare industry and his research led to the development of new structures that have today enabled the government to put in place better measures to control the healthcare industry. Today, InnovaCare Health ranks as one of the most preferred providers of managed healthcare services across Puerto Rico and their support have also attracted people who want to enjoy high quality managed healthcare services.
As the CEO and President of InnovaCare Health, Rick Shinto has managed to offer great ideas that helped the company to grow from a low level to a position where it would rank among the best in the country. His experience working with other agencies and companies in the healthcare industry was one of the motivators that allowed him to proceed seamlessly in the course of dealing with the many challenges the company was facing when he took over in 2012.
He helped rebuild the service delivery system by including a new way of serving clients and managing products offered. Before he was appointed to head InnovaCare Health, Rick Shinto was the President and CEO of Aveta Inc., between 2008 and 2012. He also worked with MedPartners and NAMM California in his career of more than 30 years.
The administrative office of InnovaCare Health is taken care of by Penelope Kokkinides, who also joined the company in 2012. She previously worked alongside Rick Shinto at Aveta as his deputy. At InnovaCare Health, she brought new ideas that saw the company re-design the service delivery system to include new and better ways of serving clients across different levels.