Glen Tullman 'On Our Terms'

If we just shop for healthcare like we shop for everything else…we would take care of a lot of the problems.
— Glen Tullman

Glen Tullman is CEO of Livongo, a very hot startup with a chronic condition management platform that has been batting away IPO rumors since earlier this year when it closed a $52.M round funded by existing investors. Even more exciting, Glen has just literally written the book on consumerizing healthcare, called ‘On Our Terms,’ and stopped by to talk about it at the HIMSS TV set on location at Health 2.0's Fall Conference where I was guest hosting interviews. Find out if he thinks we as consumers are ready to take on the responsibility of ‘buying’ healthcare like we buy other consumer goods and services – and, if you’re a healthcare company, what you absolutely must do to get ready for us.

Glen Tullman

Look there are a lot of people talking about innovation. But, you’ve got to be out there, and you have to make it happen at scale… and that’s what people have trouble doing.
— Glen Tullman

Advice for health tech startups from someone who should know. Glen Tullman is CEO of Livongo, a healthcare IT startup that rang in 2018 with a $105M mega-round raised internally among its current pool of investors at two-and-a-half times the company’s previous valuation. What can you learn from Glen’s story about how to scale? Find out his plans for using his new funding to fuel Livongo’s growth and expand out from diabetes management into other aspects of health. As the guy who took Allscripts to a wildly successful IPO, Glen talks to about being ready to go public and whether or not startups should 'build' for their exit.