Lifeline screening company has been operational for the last two decades. The company is committed to providing screening services to adults across the United States. Since its inception by cofounders Collin Scully and Timothy Philips, the company was able to spread its network to more than half million people and also established in Europe. Lifeline has also added finger stick blood testing to its various screening methods. This type of screening was introduced to screen for cholesterol count, diabetes and inflammation. Lifeline provides the following screening services ultrasound scans, blood screening, and electrocardiographs. Detection serves to detect diseases at an early stage and prevent them from maturing to a lethal state. Lifeline screening identifies disorders such as atrial fibrillation, peripheral arterial diseases, and abdominal aortic Aneurysm. The services offered have been accredited by the BBB accreditation standard which takes care of customer complaints.
The ultrasound screening offered by lifeline does not invade one’s privacy and are painless. The ultrasound screening serves to help detect irregular heartbeats. The blood stick screening requires less preparation than the ultrasound method. Although one is expected to have loose clothing and short sleeves the mode of dressing can differ with the type of screening. For stroke disease screening one is required to wear a shirt with open collars and short sleeves, Turtlenecks are discouraged. For atrial Fibrillation, wear comfortable two-piece cloth which is loose, avoid pantyhose, watches, applying lotions and cell phones should always be turned off. For the Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, one should wear comfortable two-piece clothing which is loose, fast four hours before the screening and meals taken should be light while avoiding those likely to cause gas. If diabetic, one should follow the prescribed plans. For the peripheral arterial diseases, one should be dressed in two pieces loose clothing, short sleeved shirt/blouse and avoid wearing pantyhose. The blood stick testing does not require any changes in clothing.
After the screening, one should expect the following from lifeline services. The organization uses profession physicians to review the results of detection. Lifeline will provide timely, detailed and easy to comprehend and written conclusions that one can take to the doctor for further discussion. Lifeline offers support of one’s decision as per the results and communicates on a regular basis while notifying any developments that may be available. Lifeline is committed to ensuring they schedule future screening services so that an individual can prevent any ailments and lead a healthy life. Lifeline screening helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases and sudden stroke. It also identifies any risk at an early stage that may cause death or disability.
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Receiving a Life Line Screening is simple, painless, and noninvasive. Only a finger-stick is required for blood screening and an EKG is a simple procedure. You will be comfortable and relaxed during the screening. Life Line uses strict protocols, top of the line equipment, and well trained and qualified staff. The results you receive will be accurate and can help prevent problems before they develop with simple lifestyle changes. There is very little preparation required and some screening require no preparation at all. Certain procedures will require you to fast and others require short sleeves or loose clothing.
When being screened for carotid artery disease wear a shirt that is short sleeved and open at the collar. The test cannot be performed if you are wearing a turtleneck. An atrial fibrillation screening requires a loose-fitting two-piece outfit. Do not wear a watch, pantyhose, oil, lotion, and your cell phone must be turned off. Screenings for abdominal aortic aneurysm requires a loose fitting and comfortable two-piece outfit. Fasting for four hours prior to your screening is required. The meal you eat before your screening should be light and avoid gassy foods. A moderate amount of water and ½ cup of tea or coffee is acceptable during your fasting period. Medications should be taken as prescribed. For diabetics, unable to fast for four hours a piece of toast, ½ cup of tea or coffee, and one cup of juice is acceptable.
San ankle-brachial index screening for peripheral arterial disease requires loose and comfortable clothing and a two-piece outfit. Shirts and blouses should have short sleeves and you should not wear pantyhose. An hs-CRP screening for an elevated C-reactive protein requires no preparation. A complete lipid panel screening for high cholesterol requires fasting for eight hours before your screening. A glucose screening for type 2 diabetes requires fasting for eight hours before your screening. Do not wear pantyhose for a bone mineral density screening for osteoporosis. A screening for elevated liver enzymes requires no preparation. A 6 for life package screening requires an eight hour fast to ensure accurate results. This requires a blood pressure cuff so short sleeve shirt or blouses work best.
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Dr. Richard Shinto joined InnovaCare Health shortly after serving as Chief Medical Officer for NAMM California. While working with InnovaCare, he also led another company called Aveta. After the company’s sale in 2012, he dedicated all of his time to InnovaCare. Shortly afterwards, he was named CEO of InnovaCare, Inc.Before joining the managed care industry, Dr. Shinto practiced as an internist and pulmonologist. Currently, he holds medical tenure in Southern California for his practice, which he still does. He’s also had numerous articles published about healthcare and clinical medicine. It’s one of the reasons he’s considered a top physician in the industry.Dr. Shinto’s 20-plus-year career proved invaluable at InnovaCare. His experience is mostly in clinical and operational healthcare. He led the company to the number one spot of Puerto Rico’s managed care providers. As a result, he was made CEO of InnovaCare’s Health Plans subsidiary in Puerto Rico.
Thanks to Dr. Shinto’s many efforts, InnovaCare is surpassing its original mission: to redefine healthcare management. The company’s foundation is rooted in focusing on patient health. Part of patient health that many companies forget to discuss is patient interaction with the industry as a whole.That’s why InnovaCare places every patient over everything else. When healthcare companies put their patients first, quality medical care becomes the number one priority of everything they do. At InnovaCare Health, they envision a world where managed care models are driven by quality and more coordinated.The currently Chief Administrative Officer of InnovaCare is Penelope Kokkinides. Like Dr. Shinto, she’s an invaluable asset to InnovaCare, Inc. Her expertise focuses more on the business aspect of the company. She’s played significant roles in several companies’ development and implementation of new health models.
Over the years, Kokkinides proved herself to the new InnovaCare leadership. She’s worked for the company before, as a COO, but she left to pursue other positions at other companies. In 2015, she rejoined the company and began applying her knowledge to InnovaCare’s mission. There’s no better expert to have on their team than Penelope Kokkinides.Kokkinides also has 20-plus years of experience in the managed care industry. She specializes in government programs and developing clinical programs. She also has extensive management skills overseeing health care processes and improving efficiencies and organizational infrastructure.