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Mr. Straus is active in many charitable and philanthropic endeavors.
Two NJ-Based Health Care Leaders, RWJBarnabas Health and CareOne, Collaborate on Quality of Care Initiatives
Posted on: September 21, 2017
CareOne President and CEO Daniel Straus, CareOne Executive Vice President Elizabeth Straus, and RWJBarnabas Health President and Chief Executive Officer Barry H. Ostrowsky met this week to celebrate CareOne's commitment to the RWJBarnabas Health Foundation and to announce their partnership in care throughout New Jersey. Fort Lee-based CareOne operates 32 post acute care, assisted living, and long term acute care hospitals throughout New Jersey, many which operate in the same communities as RWJBarnabas Health’s 11 acute care medical centers.
Posted on: September 14, 2017
Source: Observer Author: Daniel E. Straus As talk swirls about repealing and replacing Obamacare, President Trump must train his focus on the fundamental error of the ACA, which is the shift in patient care decision-making away from frontline physicians and toward hospitals and insurance companies. Health insurance for everyone is important; however if it comes at the expense of providing quality healthcare to everyone, it is at best a pyrrhic victory. Hospitals are the most expensive and many times inefficient venue for the delivery of care and have contributed to rising costs while also failing to improve the quality of patient care.
Posted on: September 8, 2017
CareOne communities throughout New Jersey are celebrating National Assisted Living Week (NALW) in earnest this week, September 10 – 16, with a full calendar of entertainment, educational and open house activities. Hosted by the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL), which established the event in 1995, NALW celebrates the individuals served in assisted living, while working to educate all involved.
Posted on: September 8, 2017
Texas billionaire Tilman Fertitta called his pending ownership of the Houston Rockets a “dream come true” when the sale was announced Tuesday. He probably wasn’t the only one who felt that way. Any tech mogul, oil tycoon, or Large Son beneficiary who holds a stake in an NBA team was likely pleased to see the record $2.2 billion price tag Fertitta paid for the Rockets. Except, maybe, Memphis Grizzlies owner Robert Pera. In October, Grizzlies minority owners Steve Kaplan and Daniel Straus are eligible to purchase control from majority owner Robert Pera, as outlined in an ESPN report two springs ago. Why October? Kaplan and Straus will have the option thanks to a “buy/sell” clause that the stakeholders agreed to when they purchased the franchise in October 2012.
Posted on: July 20, 2017
Source: AHHerald.com Author: Muriel J. Smith ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ - Care One King James a local skilled nursing facility announced today, the introduction of an important new treatment program to help stroke survivors improve recovery of function and return to their daily activities more quickly. Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability in America with 4 million survivors unable to return to their previous lifestyle and level of independence. Because strokes can often have devastating effects on survivors and their families, research has been intensified in recent years to identify medical rehabilitation techniques and medical technology that can support more rapid and complete recovery.
Posted on: June 23, 2017
Source: The Jewish Standard CareOne, a family-owned healthcare company that has more than 29 facilities throughout New Jersey, was honored as Corporation of the Year by Make-A-Wish New Jersey at its annual gala on June 8. Daniel Straus, CareOne’s CEO, and Elizabeth Straus, its executive vice president, were honored as Humanitarians of the Year. The entire CareOne organization was recognized as Corporation of the Year, in recognition of CareOne’s “200 Wishes” fundraiser, which took place at the Prudential Center in February and drew more than 1,000 attendees. That resulted in a $1.3 million commitment from CareOne, representing the single largest corporate gift and the largest one-day fundraiser in the 34-year history of Make-A-Wish New Jersey.
CareOne Honored as Corporation of The Year by Make-A-Wish® New Jersey at Annual Gala, Daniel Straus and Elizabeth Straus Honored as Humanitarians of The Year
Posted on: June 13, 2017
For Lee, NJ - June 12, 2017 – CareOne, a premier family-owned healthcare company with more than 29 facilities throughout New Jersey, celebrated a magical evening with Make-A-Wish New Jersey on Thursday, June 8. The evening celebrated the charitable efforts of CareOne’s CEO Daniel Straus and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Straus, as they were the joint recipients of the Make-A-Wish New Jersey 2017 Humanitarian of the Year award. Further, the entire CareOne organization was recognized as Corporation of the Year. This recognition came as a result of CareOne’s 200 Wishes fundraiser that took place at the Prudential Center in February 2017.
Executive Leadership Announced as 2017 Corporation of the Year and Humanitarian of the Year by Make-A-Wish® New Jersey
Posted on: May 31, 2017
CareOne, Executive Leadership Announced as 2017 Corporation of the Year and Humanitarian of the Year by Make-A-Wish® New Jersey Daniel E. Straus, Elizabeth Straus of CareOne to be Celebrated at the Make-A-Wish® New Jersey Annual Gala on June 8 Fort Lee, NJ – May 31, 2017 – CareOne, a premier family-owned healthcare company with more than 29 facilities throughout New Jersey, announced that Make-A-Wish New Jersey has named the company, along with its CEO, Daniel E. Straus, and its Executive Vice President, Elizabeth Straus, as the recipients of the charity’s 2017 Corporation of the Year and Humanitar-ian of the Year awards. CareOne and its executive leadership will be honored at the Make-A-Wish New Jersey Gala on June 8th at the Samuel & Josephine Plumeri Wishing Place in Mon-roe Township, New Jersey.
Posted on: May 10, 2017
CareOne hosted a conversation last evening at their assisted living community in Paramus with over 50 physicians affiliated with CareOne with Congressman Josh Gottheimer. The Congressman listened to opinions an feedback related to a wide range of topics centered on health care...most notably the recent passage of the American Health Care Act by the House.