Rick Shinto’s and Penelope Kokkinides’ Guidance of InnovaCare Health’s Health Outreach.

The fact that InnovaCare Health whose base is in New Jersey has not stopped it from reaching Puerto Rico to extend and offer its services after Hurricane Maria struck.

 

Currently, it runs one of the largest health plans in the island. Medicare Mucho Mas is the name given to the health care plan whose location is in San Juan. The city is still recovering from the hurricane hit, which lay almost everything to waste in its wake.

 

Healthcare facilities are either closed or were swept away, as doctors were also trying to cope. Moreover, the health professionals have a long trend of leaving the island for the mainland. This and the fact that there were blackouts which have now reduced to hours where they lasted for days. People moreover started finding shelter as the aftermath cleared.

 

‘Recargate’ or ‘Recharge’ a setup of MMM initially set up in Plaza las Americans shopping center initially started as a charging station that was temporary. It went on to transform to a makeshift clinic, where the Puerto Ricans flooded towards in search of care and counsel.

 

MMM President Orlando Gonzalez attested to the fact that Recargate has received over 20,000 visitors and an average of 130 per day. Being helped by Vice president Vivian Arthur, the program has developed outreach programs and established mobile clinics two weeks after the disaster.

 

Medicaid and Medicare are paying for the services provided to the patients. Moreover, corporations have also contributed food and drugs. Corporate communications vice president Annette Rodriguez added that the outreach programs had included home visits to the elderly to check on the elderly and to distribute supplies.

 

InnovaCare Health President and CEO, Dr. Richard Shinto, has credited Recargate for piloting in addressing health needs of the population and the outreach program for uncovering how social issues like poverty, lack of transport and housing instability affect health.

 

Penelope Kokkinides, an administrative officer at InnovaCare, attended a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss health care legislation. She put across that increase in funding is crucial to support medical services in Puerto Rico.

 

She went on to suggest that alterations should be made by the current administration in the Medicare Advantage, towards the benefit of the Puerto Ricans. She pointed out that making cuts in the payment for health services for the Puerto Ricans as responsible.

 

Kokkinides went on to advocate for the importance of women in the health industry.

Considering that Recargate has had to extend its closing time by months, its safe and relief to say that the program is making a difference.

 

One of the Leading International Firms in the Financial Advisory Services – Madison Street Capital

Madison Street Capital (MSC) is a top international firm in the field of investment banking. The firm recently engaged in a financial deal that saw Napoleon Machine Company acquire a credit facility where the Sterling Commercial Credit facilitated the loan. The Napoleon Machine is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company that was started in 2010 where it deals with manufacturing services, painting, precision machining, and customizable metal fabricating among others. Charles Botchway, the CEO of Madison Street Capital, announced of the particular financial transaction that was led by Barry Petersen who is the senior managing director along with the VP of Capital Markets known as Steven Richards.

 

Further, according to the article on PR.com, the loan facility awarded to Napoleon Machine would go a long way in growing and enhance its business in all its aspects. Barry Pettersen stated that the MSC company advised of a credit facility that would also accommodate a planned follow up to ensure Napoleon would not only expand its business in manufacturing but satisfy its client’s needs as well. Moreover, Kevin Febrey, the president of Napoleon Machine said that the MSC firm was very resourceful in helping his company in securing the credit facility as they listened and understood their concerns. He also added that the MSC helped in communicating the merits of the facility and further provided the Napoleon Machine with creative solutions that would propel their business into greater heights in the industry.

 

 

About Napoleon Machine Company

 

The Napoleon Machine Company provides the fabrication and machining services to its clientele who are from a diverse range of markets. The company is involved in serving various industries that include the automotive, aerospace, constructions, maritime, agriculture, and nuclear power generation among many more. Equally important, Napoleon manufactures high standard products that are designed according to the client’s specification where this applies to parts that weigh from 200 to 60,000 pounds. Some of the products in this category include oil pump frames, gearboxes, structural frames, centrifuge frames, machine bases, and crowds. Better still, Napoleon Machine is also capable of producing the missile launching tools, which require high engineering skills besides having the capacity in manufacturing other high-end products.

 

About Madison Street Capital

 

The Madison Street Capital has been in the investment banking industry for the past 13 years. Based in Chicago, the company offers international investment financial services that help organizations that are in both the public and private sector to grow. Its areas of expertise include valuation services, merger and acquisition, financial advisory, leadership skills, and many more. What’s more, Madison Street Capital leverages on serving the emerging markets as it views them as the driving force behind the global growth. Additionally, MSC is experienced in the finance sector and has assisted clients in many businesses areas as its staff are professional and knowledgeable, hence internationally ranked as one of the best investment banks in the middle market.

 

Read https://www.pr.com/press-release/700593 to learn more.