Danilo Coité, MD

Chief Executive Officer

Danilo Coité, MD, comes to Independence Plus, Inc. (IPI) with over 15 years of experience in clinical medicine, risk management, and managed care insurance plans. He is a visionary leader skilled at turning insight into action with a unique blend of medical and business expertise. He offers strategic, decisive guidance while remaining committed to corporate goals and objectives. Dr. Coité is a resourceful problem-solver with talent for identifying need and creating effective solutions, and is dedicated to building a path of sustainable growth that will improve the quality of care, accessibility, and affordability.

Prior to joining Independence Plus, Dr. Coité served as the President of WhiteGlove Health based out of Austin, Texas. As the President of WhiteGlove Health, Dr. Coité was responsible for all day to day operations of the company. He provided the strategic vision, leadership and organizational guidance that drove the company’s growth and service expansion to five additional states in the Northeast. He built in-home critical care programs, chronic condition management, transitional care, and other clinical programs from the ground up, providing customers with value-based solutions that included a full-service team and mobile care model that delivered onsite health assessments, comprehensive medical reviews with action plans, compliant coding, and follow-up visit outreach.

Prior to WhiteGlove Health, Dr. Coite was the Chief Operations Officer with Alegis Care, where he supervised office functions for their Comprehensive Evaluation product line, Chronic Care product line, and their medical department. In addition, he was personally responsible for starting and maintaining payer relationships in existing and new markets as an integral member of the executive team. Dr. Coité also held a position as Director of Medical Compliance at RSA Medical, a national risk management clinic for major insurance companies. Under his tenure at RSA, they realized five years of tremendous growth.

Dr. Coité graduated from the University of Nevada Reno and earned his Doctorate of Medicine from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara.

Dr. Coité maintains active involvement in several community service organizations. He is a physician volunteer for Will County Emergency Medical Response Team. He previously served as the president of the Bolingbrook Athletic Council and board member of the Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League. He has coached multiple youth baseball, basketball, and softball teams in his community.