Tullman, who led Allscripts for 15 years, stepped down from his position as CEO and from his board seat. Prior to joining Allscripts, he was CEO of Enterprise Systems, a leading healthcare-information services company providing resource-management solutions to large, integrated healthcare networks. Before that, he served in a number of management roles, including president and COO of CCC Information Services, a provider of information systems to the property and casualty insurers.
Lee Shapiro, 56, the company's president, is also stepping down but will serve the CEO as a consultant for up to six months. He joined Allscripts in 2000 and has served as the company’s COO, and has directed Allscripts M&A activities, including the acquisition of Channelhealth, Advanced Imaging Concepts and RxCentric, as well as Allscripts strategic relationships, such as those with Microsoft, HP, and IDX.