Glenn completed an internal medicine residency and a cardiovascular disease fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, which is affiliated with Harvard Medical School. He earned a PhD in Health Policy and Management from MIT.
Most recently, Glenn served as Senior Vice President for Clinical Affairs at Practice Fusion, which offers a Web-based electronic heath record for free to providers in solo and small group practices. He helped Practice Fusion grow from a very early stage to one that has over 60,000 registered users and 9 million patient records.
Before joining Practice Fusion, Glenn founded Clinical Solutions, a company that produced customizable algorithmic content for use by nurses in triage call centers. Clinical Solutions was acquired in 2006 by CAS Services (UK) after its algorithms became the most widely used in the world.
Before starting Clinical Solutions, Glenn was an attending physician in the heart transplantation program at the Brigham, the founding editor of a peer-reviewed journal, Quality Management in Health Care, and a consultant to providers in several countries on matters of organizational performance and the quality of care.