The battle over healthcare is one that most people think is just a political battle. Anyone who actually works in the healthcare industry knows that the current healthcare management environment suffers from far more than just affordability. The real struggle destroying healthcare is lack of quality medical care.
One of the first rules that every doctor should learn in medical school is that being healthy means patients aren’t on drugs of any kind. These days, too many doctors are more than happy to prescribe drugs, natural or synthetic, and send patients off to be on those drugs for the rest of their lives.
That breaks the first rule of medicine and people don’t understand that anymore. People are actually happy if they can find a drug that works for them. Once they find it, they’re also more than happy being on drugs for the rest of their lives.
What people need is a company that actually cares about their health; not making them think that they care about their health. If people only knew how much the medicine world was making off of them and their ignorance, they might be more inclined to learn more about their own health.
The reality is that big pharmaceutical and natural-medicine companies only care about making money. Unfortunately, many doctors have started sided with these companies and taking pieces of the profit. That means doctors are now more inclined to sell patients on some drugs that probably aren’t best for them, but they know their patients don’t know that.
Luckily, there are companies like InnovaCare Health trying to fight back. InnovaCare Health actually cares about its patients, placing them first ahead of profits and everything else. At InnovaCare Health, the end goal of every effort they make is quality medical care.
At InnovaCare Health, they have brilliant experts like Dr. Richard A. Shinto and Penelope Kokkinides. Dr. Shinto has more than 20 years of clinical studies and operational healthcare experience. He’s worked with nearly a dozen prestigious medical companies and believes that patients need to be able to trust their healthcare providers.
Penelope Kokkinides agrees with Dr. Shinto’s belief, but she’s more on the end of administrative efforts. At the many companies she worked at, she improved infrastructure and helped developed managed care models.