Dr. Richard Allan Shinto is recognized as a genius in medical management. It is believed and witnessed that when Dr. Shinto steps on the scene the macro and the micro begin to gel and every relevant thing in between. He assures that everyone on his entire team, from management to client patient, puts the patients’ needs first. He ensures that everyone involved with the Company he’s directing dogmatically engages those activities that improve the experience of the client-patient. When analysts examine the before and after conditions of companies where Dr. Shinto has functioned, the cause and effect glaringly point to his masterful implementation of the perfect managerial, medical and applicable marriage from core to extensions of the Company. He generally explains it like this: ‘a business can succeed in anything if it employs three mandatory anchors, leadership, culture and governance.’
Dr. Richard Allan Shinto has over twenty years of experience in the field of medical management. The collective experience of his management team exceeds a century. He specializes as a physician, in pulmonology and internal medicine, along with the management piece. He currently functions as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of InnovaCare Health Solutions, Inc., registered out of New Jersey, which purchased MMM Holdings, Inc. of Puerto Rico back in the year 2000. One of Dr. Shinto’s first objectives and accomplishments was to advocate for, secure and apply the government’s allowance of private healthcare companies to offer medicare services. He found this essential to assessing, procuring and providing the best medical answers for targeted populations. For instance, at this time, there’s no need for an Ebola vaccine in the USA. This is not to be confused with some type of inappropriate or unwarranted profiling. This is professionally assessing the common needs of a population and making certain that the full scope of one’s offerings encompasses addressing all of those determined needs. Now, where the medical expertise also comes in is in the openness towards research and development to magnify needs based offerings such that more client patients are included versus excluded from the healthcare company’s list of provisions.
A second, crucial objective in improving healthcare on the island of Boricua was to focus on pulling in the client patient. Dr. Shinto directed a massive campaign to help guide all of his potential clients in the care of their own health status. He made sure to communicate to the population his dedication and intimate understanding of their medical needs. He recruited them to proactively seek medical attention whenever necessary by educating them not only regarding illnesses and symptoms but also on options for coverage. He and his team take care of their clientele of patients through various insurances including medicare, medicaid and medicare advantage so that they may have complete access to knowledgeable and caringly managed healthcare.
Dr. Richard Allan Shinto earned his B.S. degree from the University of California, Irvine, his M.D. from Stony Brook, State University of New York and his M.B.A. from the University of Redlands. He received distinction as a Top 25 Minority Executive in Healthcare and 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, New Jersey division. He’s also received nomination as a Top 50 Mecical Director. Under him, InnovaCare has reached the distinction of providing top quality healthcare out of all such companies and he has contributed a significant number of professional articles to his field, as well.