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Tallen Drops ‘Technology Rentals’ From Its Name, Reaffirming Its Status as a Global Event Production Leader

Industry-leading global event production partner Tallen Technology Rentals has rebranded to more effectively represent and communicate their core values, mission, ethos, and market reach. Officially Tallen, the company believes that the shortened name speaks to a powerful brand with a long history of unmatched service and growing capabilities.

Tallen began as an audio-visual equipment rental company in 2002. Their service-driven approach to AV production resulted in quick expansion. Over the last two decades, Tallen has evolved into a full-service global event production partner, working on-site and behind the scenes at thousands of events each month. 

Tallen’s clientele includes Fortune 100 firms and leaders across various industries, including life sciences, finance, technology, and publishing. Regardless of industry, Tallen strives to go beyond simply delivering AV technology. As Tallen’s founder, Andrew Taffin, emphasizes, “Tallen isn’t just an AV provider; we’re a full-service production partner. We support our client’s success at every step, from pre-production and strategic planning through the event itself and beyond.”

Since Tallen rebranded, they’ve continued their long history of unmatched service and growing global event capabilities. Now, they’re taking their expertise on the road to Cvent CONNECT at Caesars Forum, Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 26th, 2023. See them at booth O12.

Cvent CONNECT is a major conference for those in the meetings, events, and hospitality industries. As a major player in event production, Tallen will take this opportunity to connect with many existing clients as well as introduce themselves to event professionals and meeting planners who can benefit from their decades of experience and audio-visual talent.

Contact Information:

Alexis Criscuolo

Marketing and Communications Director

[email protected]

732-590-3247

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Whittier Street Health Center’s 24th Annual Men’s Health Summit a Triumph

Whittier Street Health Center’s 24th Annual Men’s Health Summit a Triumph
Men’s Health Honorees

William Watkins, Rev. John Finley, David Morales, Leverett Wing, Frederica M Williams, Jean Prezeau

Whittier Street Health Center, a community health center with a mission to serve as a center of excellence that provides high quality and accessible health care and social services that achieve health equity, social justice, and the economic well-being of a diverse patient population, is thrilled to announce that its 24th Annual Men’s Health Summit held June 24 at the Frederica M. Williams Building, 1290 Tremont Street, Roxbury, was a tremendous success with an estimated 150 community leaders and residents in attendance.

The theme at this year’s summit, “UNITED for Men’s Health: Grounded in Equity,” prompted open and engaging discussion on how, across the country, gaps and disparities in health care continue to increase and persist. 

The annual event included a health fair, health screenings, and a panel discussion and conversation about men’s health and wellness. A highlight of the Summit was the presentation of this year’s Men’s Health Champion Awards to the following:

  • Mr. Wilner Auguste, founder, Haitian American United (HAU), Mattapan;
  • Rev. John Finley, co-founder and head of Epiphany School, Dorchester; 
  • Rev. Art Gordon, pastor, St. John Missionary Baptist Church, Roxbury; 
  • Mr. David Morales, general manager, UniCare, Lynn (formerly of Lynnfield); 
  • Mr. Jean Prezeau, men’s health ambassador, Whitter Street Health Center, Roxbury; 
  • Mr. William Watkins, MBA, vice president of digital strategies and partnerships, Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, Roxbury; and 
  • Mr. Leverett Wing, president and CEO, Commonwealth Seminar, Chelsea and Boston.

Serving as guest speaker was NBC10 News Anchor Glenn Jones.

The Annual Men’s Health Summit aligns with Whittier Street Health Center’s mission to serve as a center of excellence that provides high-quality, and accessible health care and social services that achieve health equity, social justice, and the economic well-being of our diverse populations. 

“Open, honest, and genuine discussions were once again a high point of this year’s Men’s Health Summit,” said Frederica M. Williams, president and CEO of Whittier Street Health Center. “This important annual event aims to shine a light on and help to address preventable causes that contribute to increased morbidity and mortality rates, and decreased life expectancy for men, and in particular those of color.”

About Whittier Street Health Center

Whittier Street Health Center is an independently licensed community health care center with a mission of providing high-quality, reliable and accessible primary healthcare for diverse populations while promoting wellness and eliminating health and social disparities. A champion of equitable access to high-quality, patient-focused care, social justice and economic equity, Whittier Street Health Center serves more than 30,000 patients and 20,000 community outreach visits annually; its ethnically and racially diverse patient base is primarily made up of individuals from Roxbury, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, the South End and greater Boston. For more information, please visit www.wshc.org as well as Facebook (www.facebook.com/WhittierStreetHealthCenter), Twitter (@Whittier_Boston), or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/whittier-street-health-center), or call 617-989-3221.

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Nicole Hales

President, PRfirst

[email protected]

617-947-7983

Frederica Williams

President & CEO

[email protected]

617-989-3221

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ID Signsystems Delivers Iconic Signage Solutions for The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, NY

ID Signsystems Delivers Iconic Signage Solutions for The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, NY

ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 11, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — ID Signsystems (IDS), a leader in architectural signage solutions, announces the successful completion of a transformative signage project for The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, NY. The work is part of a $75 million museum expansion located in the heart of downtown Rochester. For the project, IDS developed […]

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The ‘Great Kentucky Hoard’: A Historical Discovery of Lost Buried Treasure From the Civil War-Era

Over 700 pre-1865 U.S. gold coins have been unearthed from Kentucky farmland.

The ‘Great Kentucky Hoard’: A Historical Discovery of Lost Buried Treasure From the Civil War-Era
The Great Kentucky Hoard

The hoard of Civil War-era coins before certification. Image courtesy of NGC.

Whether you are an avid coin collector or a history aficionado, the discovery of the Great Kentucky Hoard will impress all as one of the greatest historical finds. Comprising of over 700 exceptionally rare U.S. vintage gold coins from the Civil War-era, this buried treasure was discovered in 2023 under Kentucky farmland soil in pristine condition. GovMint.com, one of the largest direct-to-consumer retailers of collectible coins, is the exclusive distributor of this incredible discovery and will offer collectors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hold and own a piece of U.S. Civil War history.

After 160 years, the Civil War-era gold coins were found in excellent condition and feature captivating varieties, including the scarce and highly sought-after 1863 Gold Liberty Double Eagle. The hoard of gold coinage dated between 1840 through 1863 consists primarily of U.S. Gold Dollars. Also found were a few $1 Gold Indian coins, $10 Gold Liberty coins, and $20 Gold Liberty coins from 1863, an extremely rare date in the Double Eagle series. 

“I am always excited when someone calls asking for advice about a rare coin discovery,” said Jeff Garrett, rare coin dealer and leading U.S. coin expert in U.S. coinage. “The opportunity to handle the ‘Great Kentucky Hoard’ is one of the highlights of my career.” 

Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC), a leading third-party coin grading company, carefully conserved each coin by delicately removing the dirt and certified them as genuine. Nearly all 1863-P $20 Liberty coins were certified by NGC to be in as good of a condition as the day they left the Mint in the 1800s. The authentic coins will receive special NGC designations to indicate they are from the Great Kentucky Hoard.  

“The importance of this discovery cannot be overstated,” Garrett said. “Over 700 gold dollars represent a virtual time capsule of Civil War-era coinage, including coins from the elusive Dahlonega Mint. Finding one mint-condition 1863 double eagle would be an important numismatic event. Finding a roll of superb examples is hard to comprehend.”

The exact origin and circumstances surrounding the burial of the Great Kentucky Hoard remain unknown—yet its discovery is significant enough to change the numismatic landscape of Civil War-era coinage, adding allure for coin collectors and history enthusiasts. The question remains why was this treasure buried 160 years ago? The world may never know.

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Brian Johnson

Senior Marketing Director

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952-707-7248

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Improving Quality in Northwest Clinics Through Chronic Care Management

Northwestern Clinics Embrace CrossTx’s Chronic Care Management Solution to Enhance Patient Outcomes and Care Coordination

Improving Quality in Northwest Clinics Through Chronic Care Management
RN Care Coordinator with Patient

RN Care Coordinator with Patient

Multiple clinics in the Northwestern United States recently demonstrated their commitment to address serious needs in their Medicare Beneficiary populations by adopting the Chronic Care Management (CCM) program. Although these clinics are already providing extensive medical services, by selecting CrossTx’s CCM business solution, they can further patient outcome improvements, enhance patient engagement, and address Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) while expanding reimbursement opportunities. The move to Value-Based Care models include the embrace of care coordination programs such as CCM and other Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) care coordination programs. CCM programs support and contribute to clinical quality measures by managing care for eligible patients with two or more chronic conditions. CrossTx’s cloud-based, purpose-driven software now enables Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center, Arbor Health, Southwest Healthcare Services, and South Lincoln Hospital District to track quality with comprehensive care plans, medication management, preventative services/health maintenance, and patient engagement, improving health literacy and transitions of care.

Pacific Northwest Clinics

Raymond Hino, the CEO at Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center, headquartered in Bandon, OR, embraces the focus on enhancing care coordination among the healthcare providers. “Chronic Care Management ensures continuity of care for our patients, allowing them to gain ongoing access to primary care services. Our care coordination program will promote a seamless care experience for our patients with chronic conditions.” 

Morton, Washington-based Arbor Health will implement CCM programs as part of its mission to optimize care delivery and patient outcomes. Julie Taylor, Ancillary Services Director, elaborates on this patient-centric care strategy: “Chronic Care Management meets our vision to provide each patient with the best possible care. Through our care coordination program, we can better address gaps in care and thereby nurture healthy communities in East Lewis County.”

North Dakota and Wyoming Clinics

Rural health clinics in states like North Dakota embrace dynamic, patient-centric care coordination across vast patient catchment areas. The Practice Administrator for Southwest Healthcare Services, Melani Kline, RN, reports that their approach is to “optimize high-quality care for their patients by developing a comprehensive plan of care that enables them to better manage their chronic conditions. Using best methods, our staff members can address patient needs and optimize engagement while improving access to the appropriate level of care.”

In rural Wyoming, Jamie Linn, the Practice Manager at South Lincoln Hospital District in Kemmerer, WY, shares that their CCM program addresses overall timeliness of care and patient satisfaction. “Our CCM patients know they have an additional resource to help them navigate the complexities of healthcare. Through our program, we can bring a personalized touch while monitoring health outcomes and tracking clinical performance measures as related to chronic conditions.”

CrossTx provides an end-to-end CMS-compliant CCM business solution. Infusing foundational knowledge and expertise into in-house staff and/or local partners with dynamic, compliant and evidence-based workflows is key to initiating the program. Quality measures and collaboration with community-based care team members ensure gaps in care are addressed along the way. “Our technical team is dedicated to maximizing seamless interoperability with Health Information Exchanges and EHRs. Additionally, our cloud-based software minimizes inefficiencies across evidence-based care coordination workflows,” states Chad Nybo, CrossTx CEO. CrossTx supports continuous clinical improvement with world-class support and client success, while keeping staff current to best practices and CMS regulation changes. Chandra Donnell, CrossTx VP Client Success, says, “CrossTx concentrates our CS team’s focus on supporting tailored workflows and granularities in policies, while simultaneously looking at comprehensive reports that measure the program’s sustainability, quality measures, and other key performance indicators for our clinical network.”

About CrossTx

CrossTx, the leading CCM cloud-based platform for healthcare organizations, works with Rural Health Clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, independent physician-owned clinics and special carve outs such as Accountable Care Organizations, Independent Physician Associations, and Clinically Integrated Networks across more than two dozen states. 

Thanks to a combination of purpose-designed software, compelling risk-sharing economic models, and data interoperability, CrossTx has emerged as the leading CCM platform for rural America. Learn more at CrossTx.com.

Contact Information:

Chandra Donnell

VP Client Success

[email protected]

406.595.1326

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