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Glen Tullman    

Chairman & CEO of Livongo Health

Glen Tullman is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Livongo HealthTM. He is also a successful entrepreneur and co-founder and Managing Partner of 7wire Ventures, a Chicago-based investment firm focused on healthcare and education. Tullman most recently served as Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX), the leading global provider of Electronic Health Records, Practice Management and Electronic Prescribing systems. He led Allscripts’ IPO and secondary offerings. Under his leadership, revenues grew from $30 million in 1997 to more than $1.4 billion in 2012. Tullman stepped down in December 2012.

Prior to joining Allscripts, Tullman was CEO of Enterprise Systems, a leading healthcare-information services company providing resource-management solutions to large, integrated healthcare networks. Tullman led its IPO and secondary offerings. Enterprise was sold to McKesson HBOC (NYSE: MCK).

Tullman has founded or co-founded a number of ventures including one of the country’s leading solar energy companies, SoCore Energy, recently sold to Edison Ventures, and a digital education company, digedu, and holds investments in several ventures focused on mobile and cloud-based health solutions. A strong proponent of philanthropy, he serves as a Chancellor to the International Board of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).


Livongo Health raises $45M to expand Web-connected health services

Livongo Health, a health technology company that helps patients manage diabetes, has raised $44.5 million in Series C funding.

7 Super CEO's Who Are Saving the World

Glen Tullman is CEO of Livongo Health, a company “taking a bold step to change how we manage chronic conditions, starting with diabetes”. They use modern day technology, such as cloud technology, to help people manage chronic medical conditions..

Why This CEO Left a $2 Billion Company to Go Change the World

Investor and serial CEO Glen Tullman left health care firm Allscripts in 2012 after building it into a public company with $1.4 billion in sales. But he hasn't left health care. Tullman's latest company, Livongo Health, uses cloud technology to help people manage chronic illnesses, starting with diabetes. Livongo has now completed a successful investing round and launch and has 68 full-time employees. Tullman's Chicago investment firm, 7Wire Ventures, has funded local startups in education, solar energy, apparel, and tea...

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