‘Concierge Medicine On Steroids’ Startup Raised $40 Million To Disrupt Employer-Sponsored Care
By Katie Jennings, Forbes Staff, Healthcare
Shortly after Glen Tullman resigned as CEO of electronic health records company Allscripts in 2012, he got a call from General Catalyst managing partner Hemant Taneja inviting him to ditch the freezing Chicago winter for sunny Palo Alto. Taneja wanted Tullman to help him reimagine the future of healthcare in the United States. The problem: the country with the highest level of healthcare spending in the world is saddled with a system that is economically untenable and grossly ineffective.
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