CareOne CEO Daniel E. Straus Will Receive Spirit Of Healing Award At Holy Name Medical Center Founders Ball
TEANECK, NJ November 3, 2016 ― On December 3, 2016 at The Pierre Hotel in New York, NY, the Holy Name Medical Center Foundation [HNMC Foundation] will be hosting its 2016 Annual Founders Ball, honoring Daniel E. Straus, Chairman and CEO, CareOne, LLC with the Spirit of Healing Award. This year’s Founders Ball includes three chairpersons, Angelica Berrie, Ilan Kaufthal, and Elizabeth Straus. Angelica Berrie, President of The Russell Berrie Foundation, was the recipient of the 2015 Spirit of Healing Award at last year’s Founders Ball.
“It’s particularly meaningful to be honored at this year’s Founders Ball, as CareOne and Holy Name Medical Center are long-time partners in providing quality patient-centric care. Working together enables both institutions to enhance our services and improve patient outcomes. I look forward to continuing this important partnership.” – Daniel E. Straus, Chairman and CEO, CareOne, LLC.
In celebration of 30 years of philanthropy, the HNMC Foundation is inviting individuals and corporations to attend its Founders Ball. This black tie affair promises an exquisite evening of cocktails, fine dining, and live entertainment. Sponsorship and journal advertisement opportunities are available. To learn more about this event, purchase tickets, or become a sponsor, please visit holyname.org/foundersball.
For 30 years, The Holy Name Medical Center Foundation has helped raise millions of dollars for new state-of-the-art medical facilities including The BirthPlace, The Sister Patricia Lynch Regional Cancer Center, The George Pitkin, MD Emergency Care Center and The George and Amy Newman Cardiac Diagnostic Center.
About Daniel E. Straus
Daniel E. Straus has built a reputation as one of the most successful health care and real estate developers in the Northeast. Mr. Straus rose to prominence in the 1980’s and 1990’s as the successful President and CEO of The Multicare Companies, a NYSE traded corporation that grew from three health care properties, to a healthcare empire that spanned to several states in the U.S. with over 170 locations. The company was notably sold to a large health care operator in a highly publicized healthcare real estate transaction in the late 1990’s.
Through CareOne, which Mr. Straus formed in the late 90’s, he has developed, operated and managed more inpatient health care properties in the New York metropolitan area than any other operator. With his visionary approach to redefining healthcare, his company has become the market share leader for senior living and inpatient rehabilitation in the Northeast. Over 100,000 older adults have been cared for throughout the CareOne family of senior living and rehabilitation centers. Mr. Straus and his company have developed over $1 billion in real estate properties and transactions in the past 15 years. His portfolio of senior living properties is regarded in the industry as the standard for design and programming and has garnered national attention and awards for architectural and design elements.
Mr. Straus operates one of the largest institutional pharmacy businesses in this country, serving the needs of over 60,000 patients throughout nine states. In addition, he has founded and built InnovaCare Health, one of the largest Medicare Advantage health plans in the United States and currently serves as its Chairman of the Board and controlling shareholder. Mr. Straus also operated Aveta Health, the dominant physician practice company in Southern California, which was sold to United Healthcare in 2012.
Mr. Straus has also been as dedicated and committed to philanthropy as he has been to his business, supporting several charitable causes through his own foundation and through charitable foundations he has created in his businesses. Through his philanthropy over the years, he has been involved with many charitable endeavors benefitting many organizations in New York City and the metropolitan area.
About The Holy Name Medical Center Foundation
Since 1986, The Holy Name Medical Center Foundation encourages the philanthropic support of Holy Name Medical Center by raising awareness of the Medical Center’s capabilities and inviting the community to invest in a rewarding process that is making a positive difference in the health and well-being of our community. The Foundation ensures that HNMC facilities and technology are state-of-the-art, and that programs and services continue to meet the diverse needs of our community for generations to come.
The Holy Name Medical Center Foundation and its staff are committed to increasing the generous support needed to carry out the mission of Holy Name Medical Center and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, the Medical Center’s founding sponsor.
About Holy Name Medical Center
Holy Name Medical Center is a fully accredited, not-for-profit healthcare facility based in Teaneck, New Jersey. Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace in 1925, the comprehensive 361-bed medical center offers leading-edge medical practice and technology administered in an environment rooted in a tradition of compassion and respect for every patient. Holy Name provides high quality health care across a continuum that encompasses education, prevention, early intervention, comprehensive treatment options, rehabilitation and wellness maintenance. To learn more, visit HolyName.org.