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CareOne Starry Night Masquerade Ball

CareOne’s Starry Night Masquerade Ball Live From the Black Carpet!

#HipNJ attended last night’s star-studded Puerto Rico hurricane relief benefit, the Starry Night Masquerade Ball, hosted by CareOne and InnovaCare’s Daniel Straus and Elizabeth Straus!

The glam night featured performances by Pitbull and JoJo. A-list attendees included Jason Pierre-Paul, Victor Cruz, Danielle Brooks, Joan Smalls, Chanel Iman, Jason Carroll and Johannes Huebl.

All proceeds raised from the evening- FOUR MILLION DOLLARS IN TOTAL!– went to the Gwendolyn And Joseph Straus Charitable Fund, Inc., where they will be used to assist in the island’s most critical disaster relief efforts.

CareOne’s Daniel Straus and Elizabeth Straus announce four million dollar donation to Puerto Rico hurricane relief.

Check out #HipNJ’s Lisa Marie Latino‘s Facebook Live coverage from the black carpet:

CareOne 4th Annual 5K Race Against Cancer

CareOne 4th Annual 5K Race Against Cancer

CareOne held their 4th Annual 5K Race Against Cancer, and #HipNJ was there for it all!

Our very own Lisa Marie Latino reported live from the race, which took place on a USATF Certified Course in Ridgefield Park.

The race was held to raise money not only the Cancer Fund, but also for those who have been stricken by the tragedies of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.

“It’s a good feeling to know that you are working for a company that wants to help,” a CareOne employee states.

“They believe in taking care of all communities that are in need,” another employee says. “I’m happy to be a part of it and I encourage other companies to pick up the same baton.”

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CareOne RJWBarnabas Health

RWJBARNABAS HEALTH AND CAREONE ANNOUNCE EXCITING COLLABORATION!

RJWBarnabas Health CareOne

Left to right: Alberto Lugo CareOne Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Margie Heller RWJBarnabas Health Administrative Director, Community Health and Outreach, Barry H. Ostrowsky RWJBarnabas Health President and Chief Executive Officer, Tim Hodges CareOne Chief Strategy Officer, Elizabeth Straus CareOne Executive Vice President, Daniel Straus CareOne President and CEO, Glenn Miller RWJBarnabas Health Chief Development Officer

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.

The two organizations share a common vision of offering a broad continuum of exceptional care options and recognize the importance of health care providers working together to improve the health and well being of the communities they jointly serve.

CareOne and RWJBarnabas Health currently work together to offer seamless acute care to post acute transitions and will continue to develop strategic programs and services aimed at meeting the needs of their patients and the physicians who practice at both RWJBarnabas Health and CareOne.

Daniel Straus stated, “RWJBarnabas Health can be proud of the reputation it has developed throughout New Jersey for the high quality care. Through Barry Ostrowsky’s leadership, RWJBH has pioneered the model of success for the multi hospital system that others will attempt to emulate.”

“I look forward to continuing the strong relationship RWJBarnabas Health has developed with CareOne, an organization that has built an outstanding reputation under the leadership of Daniel Straus,” said Mr. Ostrowsky. “CareOne’s mission of improving the lives of older adults through quality senior care facilities provides a smooth transition for our hospitalized patients. I anticipate a future of collaboration that will enhance the care of the residents in our communities.”