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Titan Alpha Wins Telly Award for Short Film on TeleOncology

WASHINGTON, DC – Prometheus Federal Services (PFS) is proud to announce Titan Alpha’s 2022 Silver Telly Award in the Non-Broadcast category for the Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA) National TeleOncology service (NTO) video: Expanding Cancer Care Through TeleOncology.

Titan Alpha’s winning NTO video highlights the cancer treatment of U.S. Army Veteran Virgil Miller—a West Virginia resident who lives more than 400 miles from his North Carolina-based VA oncologist, Dr. Pradeep Poonnen. What would be an arduous 11-hour round-trip drive becomes an online visit, easily accessed through a mobile device or computer, due to the power of TeleOncology. Despite his initial hesitancy about not seeing his physician in person, Miller says he received excellent care and felt truly heard by his doctor.

“Titan Alpha has the opportunity to support vital and innovative projects at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – and TeleOncology is just one of them,” said Greg Smallwood, MHSA, CEO of PFS, the managing partner of Titan Alpha. “Our communications team made this powerful story come to life because of their expertise and passion for supporting Veterans. At PFS, we believe it takes both to make the best products possible – and the Telly award acknowledges we were successful in our mission.”

The Telly Awards recognizes high-quality video for television and other screen platforms. Founded in 1979, this high-profile competition receives over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents each year. Submissions are judged by The Telly Awards Judging Council, a communications and production industry body of over 200 expert professionals.

Titan Alpha produced this video in partnership with BCW, a global communications agency.

For more information, reach out to info@pfs.us.

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