InnovaCare Inc is a leading Medicare and Medicaid organization that is specialized in offering healthcare-related services to its clients in Puerto Rico. The organization boasts of a membership of more than 200 000 people that are served by a well-established network with over 7, 500 providers. Besides providing healthcare solutions, the company is also in charge of managing two of Puerto Rico’s government health plans in a well-coordinated and benefit-oriented care model. It is the sole provider of NCQA-accredited solutions in the island and is fully committed to upholding utmost quality in the provision of healthcare through innovative, sustainable and managed care models that are not only affordable but also well-coordinated and integrated with state of the art technologies.
At the core of its management is a team of skilled and experienced professionals. The three recent leadership additions have channeled into the company a set of unique skill and rich background. The company is therefore well-equipped and staffed to further its objectives and remain afloat in the dynamic and unpredictable healthcare landscape.
As the C.E.O, Penelope Kokkinides prides herself on more than ten years’ experience in the realm of healthcare with a specialty in government programs. She has gained vast expertise and prowess in the management of healthcare practices and the development of clinical programs. In her tenure as the Chief Executive Officer, Penelope aims at focusing on improving organizational infrastructure and efficacy.
The recent appointment of Mike Sortino as the Chief Accounting Officer was also well-received. Mike was serving previously as the controller with Samsung Fire and Marine Insurance company. Before joining Samsung, Mike had served as the C.E.O of HCC Specialty. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field of insurance and reinsurance and a further 5 years as a public accountant.
Penelope Kokkinide meets President Donald Trump
Kokkinide recently attended a meeting held at the White House to discuss the health care of Puerto Rico with President Donald Trump alongside Seema Verma, the CMS administrator. The panel that was composed of women in the healthcare dates back on the 22nd of March 2018 was actually a round-table discussion that took place in the West Wing’s Roosevelt Room. During her speech, Kokkinide highlighted the need for increased funding for Puerto Rico’s Medicare Advantage. She acknowledged the drop in the financing of Medicare Advantage in Puerto Rico since the year 2011.