New Orleans, LA, February 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Now more than ever, data collection and reporting is essential in managing a successful hospice organization. In response to this increasing need, mumms® Software is announcing a major update to its Patient Activity and Statistics (PAS™) program.
PAS™ 12.0.0 will be provided to all mumms® customers automatically.
This update includes:
• expanded reporting capabilities through the use of new data fields
• new interfaces, including expansion of the DEYTA data collection reports
• enhanced data collection screens
• many new billing options
Additionally, these new fields are populated without any additional data entry from the end user. This update provides the tools needed to gather many new census and financial statistics, especially in the areas of reimbursement and location of patient care.
Release notes and detailed instructions will be sent out within the next few days so all users will have a chance to familiarize themselves with the new functionality. mumms® Technical Support Team will also be available to provide video conferencing for any site that would like an on-line review.
For additional information on mumms® Software or PAS™ Version 12.0.0, contact Cori Crochet or visit www.mumms.com.
About mumms® Software: mumms® Software is a multi-user medical management system that offers complete business and clinical software to the hospice community. Developed in 1989 by Secure Computing Systems Inc. of New Orleans, mumms® Software is now used to track well over 100,000 hospice patients records. mumms® has the most innovative software in the field and was the first to use the Application Software Provider (ASP) model. The core programs are highly customizable and can meet the needs of any size hospice program. mumms® Software provides the hospice and palliative care community with the most complete and efficient software programs needed to aid in providing the highest quality of care and support to patients and their families during their final stage of life, and through the bereavement process.