Rick Shinto is the President of InnovaCare Health, a company that has two subsidiaries in Puerto Rico, MMM Healthcare, and PMC Medicare Choice. These two entities offer Medicare Advantage coverage to Puerto Rico residents along with a robust Health Maintenance Organization of long standing.
The satisfaction of the organization is consistently above the 90 percent mark, and both organizations regularly achieve accreditation with NCQA which is only awarded when an organization meets or exceeds the standards of quality assurance. The protection of customers and quality improvement are the key standards of this distinction.
Rick Shinto has extensive qualifications and experience in the field of clinical healthcare and the improvisation of standards and procedures in the field. He has an impressive array of accomplishments in the healthcare field and is recognized in the industry as one who is always at the forefront of excellence.
Excellence in the healthcare industry centers around patients and their experience with an institution or with medical professionals. The medical outcome is important of course, but the way in which patients are treated and informed are very important. That is why a person with Rick Shinto’s background has been so instrumental in the success of the InnovaCare programs.
Mr. Shinto’s background in medical management has been instrumental in his success with InnovaCare Health. He began his career as Vice President of Medical Management and then went on to become Chief Medical Officer to the California’s Orange County Cal Optima Health Plan. He is also the former Chief Medical and Operating Officer of Medical Pathways Management Company, so his background in this field is extensive.
Dr. Shinto is also the author of several works regarding clinical medicine and is recognized as an accomplished expert in the field of clinical care. This is why the InnovaCare companies in Puerto Rico have enjoyed so much success because the procedures employed at MMM Healthcare, Inc. and PMC Medicare Choice, Inc. are patterned after Dr. Shinto’s precepts.
The patient always comes first, because that is really what clinical medical care is all about. Not only is the best of medical care offered with all of the latest medical techniques and features, but the personal touch is what patients remember. Personal consideration and respect are what patients remember about their experience.
Yes, it does take more time and effort to offer quality care, but the result is a better patient experience and quality of recovery that is unmatched with any other approach to the matter.
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