Penelope kokkinides serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Innovacare Health Center. He received his degree in classical languages and biological sciences from the University of Binghamton. He graduated from the New York University with a Master’s degree in social work.
Penelope Kokkinides enrolled in the Columbia University where he graduated with a post- master’s program advanced degree in alcohol and substance abuse. He also received his master’s degree in public health from the same University.
Earlier on before rejoining the Health Center as the CIO in the year 2015, he had been in service for the same company as a Chief Operating Officer. He also acted as the Vice President of the clinical operations.
Penelope boasts of more than twenty years of experience in healthcare where he had majored in government programs like the Medicaid and Medicare. Kokkinides has a vast skill and knowledge in the management of healthcare operations and processes, and in the development of clinical programs.
Improvement of the organizational operations and efficiencies is a core thing in her undertakings. According to Penelope, a business prospers when an entrepreneur works with a competent team that develops and implements ideas.
She clarified that the advanced technology has interconnected individuals globally giving a better chance to hold video conferences online. As an entrepreneur one needs to spend most of the time thinking about the success of the business.
A good businessperson should also spare time to be briefed on the happenings in the industry. This can be achieved by having time to read the books, publications, rest researchers and the articles. Kokkinides explained that an entrepreneur should be well structured and organized in their work.
The investor advises the society to read a book by the title start with why to help sharpen their minds. In a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, Kokkinides clarified that there is a need to increase the funding for Medicare in Puerto Rico.
She clarified that since 2011 the cuts toward federal funding significantly reduced with $ I million annually. According to Penelope, this amount is not in proportion to cuts in the United States. Fixation of these cuts is not the right thing but a responsible one to do for the state.
Kokkinides made it clear that just in case the Medicaid system malformed in Puerto Rico, several individuals would be left with a choice to move to the states for the services. In states, the costs are too high such that an ordinary person cannot easily afford them.