InnovaCare Health is a leader in providing solutions to build sustainable business models and improve patient care. The company provides physician practice services and Medicare Advantage plans. By partnering with healthcare providers, the company ensures that patients have access to high-quality and affordable healthcare services. InnovaCare Health works with various communities to better serve the patient population by using data and technology to solve healthcare problems. The company’s leadership team has over 120 years combined experience in Healthcare Management and they have the expertise to help Healthcare organizations meet the growing demands of the health industry.
On the forefront of leadership team of Innovacare health is Ms Penelope Kokkinides. She is the Chief Administrative Officer at InnovaCare Health, currently working on providing healthcare-related services in Puerto Rico. With over 15 years of healthcare experience specializing in the Managed Care industry and in government programs, such as Medicare and Medicaid, Ms Penelope kokkinides works tirelessly to ensure continuous improvement in the quality of healthcare made available to patients. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and Classical languages from Binghamton University, after which she completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work for New York University. Additionally, she went on to obtain her second Master’s Degree in Public Health from Columbia University.
Before becoming the Chief Administrative Officer at InnovaCare Health, Ms Kokkinides played a key role in developing and implementing the health care model at Americhoice, which is a unit of the UnitedHealth Group, where she served as Corporate Vice President for Care and Disease Management. She also served as the Chief Operating Officer of Aveta Inc. In addition, Ms Kokkinides served as the Chief Operating Officer of Touchstone Health HMO, Inc. Her Knowledge and expertise in developing clinical programs and managing Healthcare processes and operations have been an invaluable asset for improving efficiency and organizational structure of healthcare providers.
Ms Kokkinides was one of eight women invited to The Women in Healthcare panel, which was held in the white house with President Donald Trump, to discuss federal healthcare legislation. This panel consisted of professional caregivers and other executives. In this meeting, Ms Kokkinides talked about the need for increased funding for Medicare Advantage in Puerto Rico. She further explained that if the Medicaid system in Puerto Rico collapsed, many people would be forced to flee to the United States. Ms Kokkinides is committed to providing quality and affordable healthcare.