The first and obvious question to put in front of Glen Tullman is “What happened at Allscripts?”

Tullman came on board as Allscripts CEO in 1997, when the company was a vendor of e-prescribing technology and had $30 million in revenue and 100 employees. When he was ousted as CEO in December, the company he left had turned into a health I.T. behemoth with more than $1 billion in annual revenue and more than 7,000 employees.

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