Leum Technologies, Inc. (LeumTech) is an Independent
Software Vendor (ISV) based in Genoa, Wisconsin that specializes in
designing and building cloud-based apps and
websites for the wholesale, retail, and medical industries.
The company was founded in 2012 by Scott Leum.
Dr. Leum is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully founded
several companies over the years, including Leum Software Solutions,
Inc. and MediNotes Corporation. In addition to building each
business, he was the primary software developer behind each of the
company's flagship products. Scott is formally trained as a podiatric physician and surgeon.
He attended the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and
Des Moines University where he
obtained Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
degrees in addition to completing a Podiatric Orthopedic Residency
and Biomechanics Research Fellowship.
BioMedix Vascular Solutions, Inc. 2009-2012
Prior to starting Leum Technologies, Scott was the Chief Software
Technologist at BioMedix Vascular
Solutions, Inc. where he oversaw the technology behind
BioMedix's software solutions that included TRAKnet Practice
Management (PM), TRAKnet Lab, TRAKnet Outcomes, PDMS, and PADnet+
Leum Software Solutions, Inc.
Scott was the President and Founder of Leum Software Solutions,
Inc., before it was acquired by BioMedix in 2009. The company
focused on developing specialized software applications for the
retail and medical industries. These applications included:
Building Better Bike Shops was the goal of
Retail Management Software. What started out as a
simple project to help a friend, Mark Brone, run his bike shop, grew
into an international electronic dealer network that was eventually
purchased by TREK Bicycle Corporation in 2004. Ascend was unique in
that it came pre-loaded with vendor catalogs and was the first
point-of-sale system to provide electronic ordering and display of
real-time quantities from Quality Bicycle Products, a bicycle parts
As part of the purchase agreement with TREK, Leum Software was
granted the right to create a sister version of Ascend for use
outside of the bicycle industry. The product was named
Encompass Retail Management Software and was used by a variety of
Fireplace Co. and Ginny's Antiques. A later version of the
product was used by
Harmony Valley Farm for delivery scheduling.
Typically, a medical practice needed to purchase separate
software for billing, charting, etc. PodMed changed all that
by offering billing, charting, scheduling, and inventory management
in a single software application. Redundancy and duplicate
entry disappeared while efficiency increased dramatically.
Interpret was a diagnostic reporting software application
designed for use with Nihon Kohden's EEG and MEB series of medical
devices. It's purpose was to import raw data from the medical device
and convert the data into a medical report for the signing
Scott worked with Jeff Stoy in 2001 to develop a medical billing
application called AppMed. The software was Windows based and
primarily sold to podiatrists.
MediNotes Corporation in February, 1996 and was
President until he resigned in 2000. During his time there, he
was responsible for developing these applications:
This was the flagship product of MediNotes which was sold to
podiatrists and was designed to create and manage History and
Physicals (H&P), progress (SOAP) notes, and operative (surgical)
reports. One of the most notable features of the software was
the ability to "touch where it hurts" and to assemble sentences and
paragraphs using a class library of medical objects.
The company later decided to expand outside of podiatric
medicine. With this decision, and with the recent Evaluation
and Management (E&M) requirements, a new product was needed and
Charting Plus was designed and built as a result.