Each day, millions of people across the country receive quality health care from health care companies like Americare. This helps them to maintain or restore their health and ability to normally function. Yet, there are far too many people that do not receive such quality health. The problems of quality are reflected in a wide variation in the use of health care services, underuse of some services, overuse of other services, and misuse of services, including an unacceptable level of errors.
There are 3 important things that will shape the character of Mr. Kleinman, and he made them his primary strengths. First of, Elly finished his education in the Brooklyn college in the field of philosophy. Later he will get a Bachelor's degree in psychology, and that will prove that this man wants to understand people and work with other people. In the late '70s Kleinman will work as a upper-level office worker in a company that was into the health care business. Mr. Elly Kleinman will use his experience and take a bold step into the unknown when in 1982 formed Americare Companies, the first health care agency with home caring certificate within the state of New York.
Americare is considered Mr. Kleinman's life work, because he is the President and the CEO of his company. With these powerful titles he has been able to shape his company the way he wanted. To be more specific, he raised the quality standards and lowered the costs of his services in time, and with this move he managed to make Americare Companies a valuable brand. In just several years the company grew and made it so big, he had to branch its primary services in four divisions. Americare additionally expanded Elly's views and made him a humanist/humanitarian.
Having the necessary power, Elly Kleinman funded many charities and festivals including Jewish ones. In order to ensure that Jewish kids do not have bad education and difficult life he is a big contributor to Jewish education and similar activities. He stepped as president of the Kleinman Holocaust Education Center. Thanks to Elly Kleinman and his involvement in the Jewish orthodox community, a new Holocaust museum will emerge in Brooklyn.