(Story updated at 3:30 p.m. ET.)
The leadership of Allscripts Healthcare Solutions is in flux as the company reported disappointing financial results for the quarter that ended March 31.
In a news release (PDF) and call with investors that pre-empted the scheduled release of its first-quarter earnings May 7, CEO Glen Tullman also announced that “the service” of board chairman Philip Pead “terminated” April 25.
As a result, three other members of the nine-member Allscripts board—Catherine Burzik, Eugene Fife and Edward Kangas—resigned, according to the statement. Two of them, Fife and Kangas, like Pead, were former board members of Eclipsys, a developer of inpatient electronic health records systems that Allscripts acquired in September 2010. Fife also had served as president, interim CEO and chairman of Eclipsys. Kangas is board chairman of Tenet Healthcare Corp.