InnovaCare Health offers excellent referrals and physical care services to individuals in New Jersey and the neighborhood. InnovaCare operates Medicare Advantage, which is termed to be among the most extensive healthcare plans in Puerto Rico. One of the executives is very concerned about the health outcomes of patients. Rick Shinto points out that it does not make any progress to prescribe medications in clinics and the patients end up lacking their provisions and proper diets. InnovaCare Health operates many mobile clinics especially after the storm happened. They set up more than 30 clinics with fully packed services that address the fundamental concerns of health necessities. Medicare and Medicaid are responsible for the payments of the medical services being offered to the patients. As at now, an approximate of 25,000 residents have been able to find health through the clinics. Qualified physician specialists and pharmacists provide the services. The organization did set up clinics that would also provide relief services to those that ail from mental conditions. The Hurricane Maria incident came up with a lot of trauma on the people that were involved. The clinics also put up some initiatives to reach out to the elderly in the homes and ensure that there is the effective distribution of necessary supplies for them in the islands.
In pursuit of better services and great operations, the chief administrative officer of the InnovaCare Health, Penelope Kokkinides held a meeting with President Trump in White House. The intention of the meeting was to deliberate on the federal health care legislation and issues around Medicare Advantage payments. The other panelists in attendance included the administrator for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Seema Verma and other executive women. In this meeting, Penelope together with the other professional caregivers and executives addressed the significance of increasing the amount of funding received by Medicare Advantage in the regions of Puerto Rico. This was concerning the current state of reduced federal funding for Medicare Advantage in Puerto Rico since the year 2011. Penelope added that Medicaid is very instrumental in paying for the healthcare services in the island and a collapse of the Medicare system would expose the residents in Puerto Rico. This would cause them to migrate to the States where they will face the challenge of paying almost thrice, of what they can spend as at now. The issue was raised out of genuine concern from the executives in the healthcare sector.