On Our Terms, Thought-Leader Glen Tullman’s First Book, Set to Release
This summer marks the upcoming release of Glen Tullman’s new book, On Our Terms: Empowering the New Health Consumer. The book’s timely release captures a growing national and global crisis, as health care spending and clinical outcomes continue to worsen amid declining patient satisfaction. On Our Terms calls for a departure from the traditional healthcare system to a model that combines healthcare innovation and digital health solutions to make care available beyond the confines of a hospital or physician’s office. It ultimately argues for a new system of health care that puts consumers—individuals with far higher expectations and needs than traditional patients—in charge of managing their health. The book recognizes that people are ultimately responsible for their health and should be empowered to manage it more effectively, which the current health care model inhibits.
On Our Terms is the first book written and published by Mr. Tullman, a recognized thought leader in entrepreneurship and health care. Currently, Mr. Tullman serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Livongo Health, a company providing digital health solutions for chronic care, including smart technology to monitor blood glucose levels. In addition to his work at Livongo, Mr. Tullman is also the co-founder and managing partner of 7wireVentures, a venture firm that funds early-stage health-care companies. Formerly, Mr. Tullman served in a number of leading roles, including as the former Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts, one of the leading providers of electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) solutions.
On Our Terms will be available in electronic, paperback, and hardcover form. Amazon will offer copies of the book next month. Magnusson-Skor Publishing offers pre-orders of 10 or more copies of the book here. Additionally, the publisher offers a downloadable sample of the book here.
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