Livongo founder says the time for ‘piloting’ is over

Truman Slate

When telehealth system Teladoc and serious treatment administration system Livongo merged last calendar year, the $18.five billion offer rattled the home windows of the digital health and fitness marketplace.  

At the time, Livongo founder and at the time govt chairman Glen Tullman said the target was to deliver a one-prevent store for healthcare without dropping out on clinician empathy.  

Now, Tullman – who was also CEO of Allscripts for 15 many years and helped take it community – has moved on to still an additional new healthcare enterprise: Transcarent, a system aimed at overhauling employer self-insurance coverage.

“We want to companion with health and fitness devices across the nation,” said Tullman at the AVIA Digital Network Summit this week.  

“We assume health and fitness devices are not the trouble they are the option. The trouble is in the middle,” Tullman continued.   

Throughout a fireside chat with AVIA CEO and president

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