Kumar, who was also a board member and one of iSoft’s founding management
team members, resigned by mutual agreement, the company said in a statement.
He joined KPMG’s healthcare information systems business in 1992 and was part
of the original management team involved in the buy-out from KPMG in 1998, from
which iSOFT was formed.
As the company will be focused on product delivery for the next two to three
years, iSoft said his post would not be filled at the present time.
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