Nine people make up the highest level of InnovaCare Health. The squad collectively brings upwards of 120 years of experience. Several members of this nine-man team have spent decades among the upper echelons of healthcare management. Dr. Richard Shinto, a three-decade veteran of practicing medicine and a 20-year vet of serving InnovaCare Health.
Dr. Shinto is quite active outside of his career as a physician. For example, he’s been on America’s Health Insurance Plans’ board of directors since 2017. The Board of Directors for America’s Physician Groups has hosted Dr. Richard Shinto, as well as the Financial Solvency Standards Board for the California Department of Managed Care.
He’s never written a book, but he’s found his way into the columns of newspapers and magazines countless times over his career. Dr. Shinto went to school at the University of California at Irvine, where he netted a bachelor’s of science. Shinto then secured a medical degree at New York’s very own State University of New York at Stony Brook.
As if Shinto felt that those two degrees weren’t powerful enough to get him somewhere, he enrolled at the University of Redlands, too, where he finished with an MBA.
Daniel E. Straus is the Chairman of the Director’s Board at InnovaCare Health. Richard Shinto is the only member of the executive staff to hold a spot on the board of directors. Six other long-time businesspeople familiar with the healthcare management trade make up the board of directors of InnovaCare Health.
Arguably the second-most important employee at InnovaCare
For the past 42 months, or three-and-a-half years, Penelope Kokkinides has been the Chief Administrative Officer of InnovaCare, Inc. Three years prior to the start of her second stint with the business, she ended a six-year streak at InnovaCare as its Chief Operating Officer.
Penelope Kokkinides has a lot more under her belt of experience, like being the Chief Operating Officer of a clinic called Touchstone Health. She has also been affiliated with AmeriChoice, a subsidiary of the health insurance giant UnitedHealth Group.
She said in an interview with Idea Mensch that email is unarguably the most important computer program she uses. Penelope Kokkinidea also suggested that people read motivational speaker Simon Sinek’s “Start With Why.” It’s also said that she is a fan of the news network STAT News. Kokkinidea also shared that Becker’s, Politico, and CNN were some of her favorite news sources.