It’s been said time and time again that one cannot place a price on good health. However, over the past few years, various entities in both the private and public sector have attempted to do just that. In no time in our history have we seen as violent a shakeup as we have in our medical health community. With the advent of Obamacare, there have been many changes to how we use insurance to take care of ourselves.
It has become increasingly obvious to many people that Medicare is not enough to properly ensure the health and well-being of individuals. Because of this, Medicare Advantage plans have been created. The sole purpose of these addenda plans is to provide a greater net of coverage than one can procure from standard Medicare benefits.
There are three main types of Medicare Advantage Plans. These include plans that supplement HMOs, also known as Health Management Organizations, Private Fee for Service plans, and PPOs, also known as Preferred Provider Organizations. The cost for acquiring a Medicare Advantage plan is more out of one’s pocket, but, many of the plans include great benefits to the user, such as additional access to vision and dental care.
One of the main driving forces in the changes in healthcare, and one of the main points of much contention is the types of coverage that ordinary Medicare does not cover. Many find themselves in dire straits due to the lack of coverage that standard Medicare provides. Through the addition of Medicare Advantage plans, one can find the coverages that they need for a minimum cash output.
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A leader in the Medicare Advantage plan program, InnovaCare Healthcare, a nationwide medical insurer, offers these different plans to individuals to help them find the best solution to complete coverage of their health insurance. The president of the company, Rick Shinto, who also serves as its head, has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of healthcare, and is held major positions with a number of different healthcare related companies, including Cal Optima Health Plan, NAMM California, and Medical Pathways.
His vast experience and knowledge of the ever-changing health insurance landscape, gives him unique insight into formulating programs to supplement Medicare, and by doing so, help individuals everywhere get the coverage they so desperately want.
Currently, Penelope Kokkinides serves as the Chief Administrative Officer at InnovaCare. Her previous positions include serving as the Chief Operating Officer at InnovaCare Health, as well as the Chief Operating Officer at Aveta, Inc.
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