InnovaCare Health, a successfully managed care plan company has been led to victory by Rick Shinto. The New Jersey based healthcare company has been focused on redefining how healthcare management works. While healthcare often appears to be driven by money, the focus has been changed to healthcare that is built upon meaningful relationships between patients and their doctors. Rick Shinto has been the driving force behind the company, making sure that affordable plans are within reach, and that they are also based upon quality throughout the entire process.
What has contributed to the success of Rick Shinto from the very beginning? His experience is in multiple areas of healthcare. Having practiced as a pulmonologist in California, he understands the role and position the doctor plays when it comes to insurance needs. Additionally, Rick Shinto has also been positioned as a CEO for other healthcare companies including Normal American Medical Management (NAMM), and Medical Pathways Management Company(MPMC). His business acumen alongside his experience in medicine and healthcare as a whole led to his acceptance of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in New Jersey.
While working effectively, Rick Shinto could not do it alone. The leadership that has been placed alongside him included one of his greatest help of all time, Penelope Kokkinides. Kokkinides was named as the CEO in 2016 when she was brought back to InnovaCare Health after a short time away. Having worked together before, the two discovered that they worked well together in all aspects of their strategic planning. This meant that they could also count on working together in putting their patients first. At the close of the day, these two leaders work together well, focused on bringing the very best of healthcare to all who need it. Building relationships with patients and doctors, while giving them quality and affordable care is what Rick Shinto and his leadership board are all about.
Rick Shinto has been nominated as one of the top 50 most influential among physicians and executives. The goal of all leaders is to ensure that the quality of healthcare programs remain strong and affordable during the most difficult of times.