Felipe Montoro Jens Gives An Overview Of Brazil’s Troubled Infrastructure Situation

Felipe Montoro Jens is one of Brazil’s top experts when it comes to infrastructure. He recently went over the implications of a report titled, “Great Works Stopped: How To Face the Problem?” This was written by the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), Brazil’s trade union system’s highest official body. The report, based on data the Ministry of Planning provided, lists almost 2,800 construction projects that have been frozen. Over 500 of these are public infrastructure projects, tying up R $10.7 billion in public coffer money. Find out more at consultasocio.com to learn more.

The author of this study indicated that Brazil only invests 2 percent of its GDP in infrastructure. It is often the case in Brazil that an infrastructure project will get started, taking up resources, and then get abandoned. Felipe Montoro Jens says that a lot of resources, including time, are spent with no public benefit. It isn’t just complex projects that are being affected by this issues such as airports and urban mobility works. Also affected are simple projects like building a daycare facility or a preschool.

The study went into why this phenomenon is occurring so much in recent years. One of the conclusions was that when the economic crisis started to really batter the Brazilian economy a lot of smaller businesses working on these projects ran out of money and so abandoned whatever they had been working on. Felipe Montoro Jens says that other issues include a lack on internal controls and very poor planning on the part of government officials.

After finishing his reading of the report Felipe Montoro Jens said that he doesn’t see it having much impact, unfortunately. The country has completed many reports and studies in the past but they are always ignored. He calls for more attention and a government that will stop making the same mistakes of the past.

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Rick Shinto and Pennelope Kokkinides Directing Change at InnovaCare

The Aveta Inc. that Americans knew is no longer that, not with the major transformations that have been witnessed in the company. First, the company changed from Aveta to InnovaCare. Then, they added two prolific leaders in their management team. Since then they have been making amendments on every single process, from payments models to offering quality health care services.

 

 

Rick Shinto and Penelope Kokkinides re the two leaders behind the success of InnovaCare. The duo contribute decades of experience. For a long time, these individuals have worked together and it was not a surprise that Rick Shinto chose to add Kokinides to the leadership team of InnovaCare.

 

 

Rick Shinto

 

Rick Shinto has been instrumental in the growth of InnovaCare. His creative strategies and programs have seen more people, in North America, access health care services. There has been over 200,000 beneficiaries of the Medicare Advantage and Medicaid programs implemented by Rick Shinto. In collaboration with some 7,500 providers, he has been able to reduce the cost of health services in Texas. Other than that, he has been educating the people on various healthcare issues while insisting on the importance of family support and collaboration throughout the treatment.

 

 

Shinto worked as the president and CEO of Aveta Inc. before joining InnovaCare as the CEO. His medical career, however, began in Southern California where he was a pulmonologist and internist. He was later tapped by MedPartners Corporate where he worked for a year as the vice president. Shinto has also worked for NAMM California as the Chief Medical Officer and also held the same position at Medical Pathways. Check out camarapr.org

 

 

 

Penelope Kokkinides

 

Penelope Kokkinides has an excellent education background to complement her experience. She has a B.S. in Classical Languages and Biological Sciences, which she undertook from Binghamton University. Also, she boasts of having graduated with a Master’s degree from the New York University, after which she went ahead to pursue a post master’s course in Alcohol and substance abuse.

 

 

In total, she has over 2 decades of experience in clinical medicine. Prior to joining InnovaCare in the year 2015, she worked with Rick Shinto at Aveta Inc., where she served as the Chief Operating Officer. She has worked for other government agencies and companies such as Centerlight, where she was the Chief Operations Officer and the Executive Vice President. She also worked for Touchstone Health in the capacity of COO. You can visit businesswire.com

 

 

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