Innovacare, Inc. is one of the leading healthcare providers in Puerto Rico. With more than 7,500 health care providers, the company serves more than 200, 000 people in this location thus evidencing its significance in the county. It operates under health plans enacted by the government including two Medicaid plans which ensures that it offers cost friendly services to its clients. The company has successfully thrived over the years since its establishment driven by the goals and commitments it has towards its clients. As such, it has shown to be extremely committed to delivering topnotch services by utilizing sustainable models, innovative services, coordinated and managed care, and also using advanced technologies. The company could not have achieved the progress it has seen up to date without the able leadership of Penelope Kokkinides.
Kokkinides in an individual whose activities are not only driven by the ambitions of making Innovacare Inc. to be the best healthcare services provider but also to ensure that Puerto Rico enjoys the best health care services. Her performance in making this firm great by utilizing the government programs has been attributed to by her experience. As such, she has more than twenty years of experience working with government programs within the health department which include the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Moreover, she has experience working with other healthcare service providers such as Centerlight where she was in charge of overall management. While working at AmeriChoice, she was of help in creating and implementing health care models within the company.
With an intent of making the health care services even better, the leader of InnovaCare Health Inc. had a recent meeting with Donald Trump. While at the conference which was attended by other seven women who are caregivers and executives, she spoke concerning the relevance of increase the funds allocated for Medicare Advantage in Puerto Rico. She noted that the amount allocated for this purpose had dropped significantly since the year 2011 by an annual figure of more than one billion dollars. She emphasized that fixing the cuts was not only the best thing to do to save the beneficiaries but also was the fiscally right thing to do. She noted that if an immediate action would not be taken, many of the residents of the island would opt to move to the state which would negatively affect them since the Medicaid cost would double or even become more. During the meeting, the role of women in healthcare was appraised by Donald Trump who agreed that they played a significant role.