emsCharts, Inc. Announces Adam C. Mihlfried as Director of Software Development


 
 

emsCharts | | Friday, January 13, 2012


emsCharts, Inc. is proud to name Adam C. Mihlfried as its new Director of Software Development for their line of Emergency Medical Services products.

Mr. Mihlfried has been working as a Software Engineer at emsCharts, Inc. since July 2003, primarily as a web developer focusing on implementing state/regional requirements, NEMSIS compliance and data transfer. Most recently, he has held the role of lead developer for the emsCharts Mobile v3 project. In his new position, Mihlfried will be responsible for the planning, direction, and coordination of all activities associated with creating software across multiple functional areas and products. He will play a part in strategic decisions about technology, definition, and implementation of emsCharts software products.

"Adam has always been a huge part of our very talented software engineering team," says Pete Goutmann, President of emsCharts, Inc. "His organization and project management skills have made him an ideal choice to lead the group. We look forward to his success in this new role, and the impact that he will have on current and future development projects."

Adam holds a BS degree in Computer Science from Pennsylvania State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh.

About emsCharts
emsCharts (www.emscharts.com) provides pre-hospital care professionals with dynamic, state-of-the-art solutions for optimized patient health care, quality assurance and operational productivity. Developed in conjunction with and fully tested by medical and public safety professionals, emsCharts software products provide a total solution at a flat monthly fee.

Contacts
Pete Goutmann
emsCharts, Inc.
866.647.8282 x 77090
goutmann@emscharts.com

John Massie
emsCharts, Inc.
330.702.1366
jmassie@emscharts.com
 




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