New Orleans, LA, April 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- mumms® Software, a technology leader in the hospice community, announced the promotion of Steve Turoff, a former Senior Software Engineer and Product Manager, as Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Turoff started his career as an engineer at Intel and has since worked with companies including Sony, Tenet Healthcare, National Geographic, United News and Media, and Fujitsu. He also was a consultant to the BBC in London where he worked with its President and team of directors to help develop their 60-person Internet Team and provided the skills to build their first websites in the 1990s. He has an extensive background in management and was an executive manager for one of the first Internet development companies, methodfive. Mr. Turoff has an array of expertise in hands-on development of Internet applications and various Software Development Models. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1988 and then attended graduate school at the Pratt Institute, focusing on interface design.
Mr. Turoff’s work at mumms® has included the design, development, and management of numerous software packages including Care Plans and Charting (the clinical hospice software application), the At Risk Registry, and the mumms® Human Resources Module. In addition, he has been instrumental in forming an engineering team backed by a scalable, systematic process for building software. Looking to the future, Turoff says, “I am looking forward to incorporating new technologies, expanding the services we offer, and managing the explosive growth we are undergoing.”
For additional information on mumms® Software, contact Caron Christison or visit www.mumms.com.
About mumms® Software: mumms® Software is a multi-user medical management system that offers complete clinical and business software to the hospice community. Developed in 1989, mumms® Software is now used to track nearly 15,000 hospice patients daily across the country. mumms® has the most innovative software in this field and was the first to use the ASP (Application Software Provider) model. Its software is highly customizable and can meet the needs of any size hospice program. mumms® Software aids the hospice community in providing quality care to hospice patients during their final stage of life, while helping their families through the bereavement process.