There is good news for InnovaCare as they add three new high-level team leaders to the hierarchy of their organization. The forerunner of these additions is Dr. Rick Shinto, and he is right at home within the position bestowed on him. Currently, as President and CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of InnovaCare, he has plans to make the best opportunities for the people working under him. He also has experience in clinical research and writing, among other past employments experiences, to qualify him for his present executive responsibilities. And, there is his foundation of education that ensures his thought processes and decisions are sound as a pound. This education includes a BS (Bachelor’s of Science) from the University of California, an MBA (Master of Business Administration) from Redlands and a medical degree from the University of New York. Read more about Rick at PHP PG ADS
InnovaCare’s making Dr. Rick Shinto president on top of the CEO credentials he earned in 2012 is a serious icing of the cake, for both the man and the company. With his hand on the wheel, business booms like never before for the company. Honestly, this type of inspiring leadership is really just another day at the office for Dr. Shinto. His professional portfolio includes being President and CEO for Aveta Inc., where Ernst & Young have him on record as entrepreneur of the year. The list of high profile positions held by Dr. Shinto before coming to InnovaCare goes on with his time spent as Chief Medical Officer of NAMM in California. And, before that his experience includes being COO (Chief Operating Officer) and Chief Medical Officer for Medical Pathway Management Partners. Learn more about Rick on xrepublic.net
So, the medical professionals of InnovaCare and their patients are in good hands with him. The residents of Puerto Rico are lucky to have MMM Healthcare Inc., and PMC Medicare Inc. as outlets of the services InnovaCare provides. This service is so exemplary that the other NACQ has is accredited for its quality. To be accredited this way an organization or business has to exceed assurance standards in its practices. That is the level of service, commitment and competence that Dr. Rick Shinto requires of every person who contributes to his team.