InnovaCare’s Leadership with CEO Rick Shinto

6:32 pm on April 12, 2017

InnovaCare is one of the leading managed healthcare facilities in North America. The facility has MMM healthcare Inc. and PMC Medicare as its affiliates. It operates in a network of over 7,500 health providers, enabling more than 200,000 North Americans to access quality yet affordable healthcare services. This is one of the reasons why this facility is a favorite of many. But, there is also good communication and transparency to back it up: All these, thanks to the leadership of Rick Shinto who is the president and the CEO of the company.

Rick Shinto is one of the most prominent professionals within the healthcare industry. Not only is he one of the most celebrated pulmonologists and leaders in the industry. Rather, he is also an author of several medical articles. He currently works as the CEO and president of InnovaCare and is also the CEO of MMM Healthcare. Learn more about Rick on

Rick Shinto studied at the University of California based in Irvine, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Science. He also attended New York’s State University, obtaining his Medical Degree. This was before joining the University of Redlands to pursue a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

After completing his college studies, Shinto’s career began soon thereafter. He started out interning as a pulmonologist at Southern California. During his time as an intern, he gained extensive experience in this industry and his excellent skills enabled him to get a job with MedPartners which is one of the leading staffing firms, in the US, that solely concentrates on the healthcare industry. At MedPartners, Shinto worked the Medical Management’s Corporate Vice President. He stayed with the company for a year.

When Shinto left MedPartners, he began working for Cal Optima Health Plan. He worked as the Chief Medical Officer before being tapped by Medical Pathways Management Company. Again, he was appointed to a leadership position. He worked both as the COO and CMO of the company. Later on, he left Medical Pathways and joined North American Medical Management.

Working with NAMM, Shinto served as one of the leaders. This was until the company merged with Aveta Inc. It was then that Shinto began working as an executive of the company. He worked as the CEO of Aveta Inc from the year 2008 to the 201. In the year 2012, Shinto left the company and went to work with InnovaCare. Since then, he has worked as the CEO and president of the company. Read more about Rick Shinto on BusinessWire.Com