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Louisville Master Chorale Season opens

The Louisville Master Chorale opens the 2016-2017 season performing tLord Nelson Mass performed by Louisville Master Choralewo pieces that represent the greatest musical achievement of the classical period: Haydn’s Missa in Augustiis of 1798 (The Nelson Mass) and Mozart’s Requiem of 1971. Each piece was written late in the composer’s life: Haydn was 66 and Mozart, only 35, was literally at the end of his life. But neither age nor illness prevented these two men from creating exceptional and timeless music.

 The event is included in publication calendars across Louisville, like the Voice Tribune calendar . We hope you join us.

John Waters Inc. on WHAS 11 Great Day Live!

Tony Vanetti, of WHAS 11 Great Day Live morning show, interviewed Tim Dawson on how he came to own John Waters Inc. heating, air and electric company in Louisville, KY.

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Other segments focused on how dirty filters can wreck your systems (and what filters to buy) and when a replacement might be needed. The segments aired this morning. Take a look!

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Article examines trends of patient debt

iStock_000013372209XSmallWilliam Shoemaker, president of the American Hospital Directory, recently took a look at hospital data to examine hospital trends in charity care for insured/uninsured patients and bad debt expenses after the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This article takes a look at charity care and bad debt expense data for hospitals as reported for calendar years 2012-2014. Take a look here. The report appeared in the April 2016 issue of hfm  magazine, the official magazine for the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).

 

Tellennium article in hfm magazine

Tellennium Integrated Telecom ManagementGreg McIntyre, president of Tellennium, authored a feature article in the February 2016 issue of hfm magazine, the official magazine of the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Titled “How streamlining telecommunications can cut IT expense”, he examines how a focused program monitoring and managing an organization’s telecommunications systems and expenses can save significant money. The article can be found here.

The American Hospital Directory examines trends

American Hospital DirectoryA Data Trends report in the January 2016 hfm magazine examines three year trends in hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) in various types of hospitals. The article, and analysis of Medicare data, was written by Paul Shoemaker, of the American Hospital Directory®. The analysis examines incidents of two types of HAC occurrences and compares annual incidences in for-profit, not-for-profit, and government owned hospitals. The data shows measurable improvements over the time measured. The American Hospital Directory provides data and statistics about more than 6,000 hospitals in the U.S..

Louisville Master Chorale Christmas Concert

Louisville Master Chorale A Classical ChristmasThe upcoming Christmas concert offers a new selection of favorite Christmas compositions, and will be performed December 20,2015 at the church of the Holy Spirit on Lexington Road. Event calendars around town, including the St. Matthews Voice Tribune and others.

 Their is a pre-concert program with Dr. John Hale, which begins at 2:15 p.m. Student tickets are available at the door, subject to availability. As with all Louisville Master Chorale concerts, venues are handicap accessible and large print programs are available.

Greg McIntyre, Tellennium, interviewed by CEOCFO

Lynne Fosse, senior editor of CEOCFO magazine, recently interviewed Greg McIntyre of Tellennium about the company’s Greg McIntyre, Tellenniumservices. Greg outlines the value Tellennium adds to their clients, and how that value has driven double digit growth rates year after year.

“All organizations are paying for services they don’t use, being overcharged for some they do, and there are several inefficiencies that exist without our type of services. It pays for itself, creates efficiency, and puts money back into the organization.”

– Greg McIntyre

Louisville Master Chorale new season!

ToBeCertainOFTheDawn140The 2015-2016 season opening performance for the Louisville Master Chorale received lots of attention! To Be Certain of the Dawn, composed by Stephen Paulus, and commissioned 2005 by the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis as a gift to Temple Israel Synagogue.  It commemorated the 60th anniversary of the freeing of Holocaust survivors and the 40th anniversary of the Vatican II declaration, Nostra Aetate.

The Community newspaper wrote a feature article on the concert (page 5). The Record newspaper and St. Matthews Voice-Tribune included write-ups on the upcoming concert. The Courier Journal also featured the event as a “Performance Pick”.

9th consecutive year on the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies!

For an impressive 9th year in a row, Tellennium Inc. has earned a spot on the prestigous Inc. 5000  list. Inc. Magazine each year ranks the fastest growing privately held companies in America.

Greg Tellennium pic-2“We are honored to be included on this prestigious list for the ninth year in a row.” saidGreg McIntyre, president and CEO.  “We’re so pleasantly astounded at the success we’ve had; with the loyalty of our customers and the dedication of all of us who support them. Our continued double-digit organic growth rate shows no sign of slowing down. It really speaks to the value we’ve brought to the marketplace.”

To be named on the list for 9 consecutive years speaks to the fast paced and consistent growth that Tellennium  had experienced since it’s inception in 1999.

“The story of this year’s Inc. 5000 is the story of great leadership. In an incredibly competitive business landscape, it takes something extraordinary to take your company to the top,” says Inc. President and Editor-In-Chief Eric Schurenberg. “You have to remember that the average company on the Inc. 5000 grew nearly six-fold since 2012. Business owners don’t achieve that kind of success by accident.”

Being smart when starting the heat!

John Waters vanTim Dawson, of John Waters Inc., recently spoke with Wes Kerrick of the Voice-Tribune on checking your heating system before cold air strikes – and the safety issues involved if you don’t. Read how

And whatever you do, Dawson emphasizes that you should always keep your home equipped with working carbon monoxide and smoke detectors.

Tellennium featured in Forbes Marketplace

The March 2015 issue of Forbes features a familiar name in the fastest growing businesses in Kentucky! The popular
“billionaires” issue includes profiles of fast growing businesses in Kentucky, with Tellennium in the mix.

“We pioneered a process to clearly identify every circuit, service, device and associated charges. Then we resolve the issues found,” says Greg McIntyre, president and CEO of Tellennium Inc.

 Louisville Master Chorale to premiere new work

261805_251604181532597_128891187137231_1015834_4030438_n The Louisville Master Chorale opens the 2014-15 season by dedicating the performance to the late Melvin Dickinson, renown scholar and founder of the Louisville Bach Society. A 3-part performance, which opens with Margaret Dickinson playing John Knowles Paine’s Fantasia on “Ein Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott,” followed by  Bach’s Cantata 80, “Ein Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott.” The final piece is the world premiere of “In Memoriam”, composed by Richard Burchard.

The Louisville Courier Journal wrote a piece on the upcoming performance, and additional details can be found at the LMC website.

In addition, listen to WUOL’s interview with Mark Walker and Richard Burchard.

 

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 TagaPet®’s acceptance into StartUpBootCamp.com accelerator program

The Lexington Herald Leader features TagaPet’s story, with news of their acceptance in to the prestigious StartUpBootCamp.com program in Amsterdam – the only U.S. company to do so. Read more here.

Louisville Master Chorale performs Leonard Bernstein’s Psalms

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Listed as a “Best Bet” in the Louisville Courier Journal, the Louisville Master Chorale performed Leonard Bernstein’s Psalms, featuring a new young soloist from a local school. Read more here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Healthcare magazine features data from American Hospital Directory

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Modern Healthcare, a leading trade publication for hospital administration, featured a study done by The American Hospital Directory in a feature article titled: “Hospitals start self-audits of observation stays.” Read more here. (may require subscription)

 

 

 

 The Wall Street Journal referenceahdlogo_220(2)(2)s American Hospital Directory data

The Wall Street Journal referenced data from the American Hospital Directory in and article about physician owned hospitals and the Affordable Care Act. Read more here. (May require subscription)

 

Cover feature for Value Based Pricing article on The cost of quality in hfm magazine

This cover story on Value Based Pricing appeared on the October, 2012 cover of hfm magazine, the official magazine for the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). Articles in hfm magazine are peer reviewed. This, and previous, articles on this topic from the American Hospital Directory garnered strong reader response. Read more here.

 

 

Feature Article in HFM Magazine on Value-Based Purchasing

 

Courier Journal covers Louisville Master Chorale performance

Courier Journal Arts Feature

Feature article in the Courier Journal for the Louisville Master Chorale’s performance of Handel’s “Messiah”. December, 2011.

 

The Louisville Master Chorale’s upcoming performance of the beloved Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah. The performance in December includes a pre-concert talk, and promises to be a big hit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthcare Financial Management Association magazine features American Hospital Directory data

 

him magazine, the official magazine publication of the HFMA (Healthcare Financial Management Association) runs a regular feature called Data Trends. The American Hospital Directory data will appear in several of these features throughout the year.

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Data Trend story on Medicare and Medicaid in HFM Magazine for American Hospital Directory. December, 2011.