Dr Enise Lauterbach becomes tuomis new Medical Director


Dr Enise Lauterbach, a well-known German doctor and award-winning founder, joins the IT specialist tuomi. As Medical Director, she will take on an advisory role and support tuomi in developing further highly specialised medical software for medical staff and patients.

Dr Enise Lauterbach becomes tuomis new Medical Director

An absolute dream solution

Arja Roos, CEO tuomi S.A., points out: "For us, Dr Enise Lauterbach is an absolute dream solution as Medical Director. As a former chief physician, she has a broad range of experience, both professionally and in the administration of a hospital. In addition, she has founded a start-up herself to push digitalisation in medicine with full force. We are very much looking forward to her joining our team."

Dr Enise Lauterbach emphasises: " From my own experience, I know the potential of digital solutions in medicine. tuomi develops, among other things, software for data transmission following the highest security standards. This is an important basis for digitalisation even in the most complex medical fields. As Medical Director, I am looking forward to sharing experiences and ideas. I am convinced that the combination of highly skilled IT professionals and myself as a doctor and founder will lead to great results.

Decades of experience and specialisation

tuomi develops software as a medical device of the highest class III according to the EU Medical Devices Regulation (MDR). Founded in 1995, the company has been active in this field since 2016. tuomi has a long history of working in the areas of network technology, mobile and cloud-based applications. Since the beginning of 2021, the quality management has been certified according to ISO 13485:2016.
Dr Enise Lauterbach studied human medicine in Mainz (Germany) and is a specialist in internal medicine and cardiology. She specialised in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. In July 2019, she left the Centre for Outpatient Rehabilitation in Trier as the then head physician of the cardiology department. In 2019, her app "Consil!um" was awarded the first female founder prize by the Trier Chamber of Industry and Commerce. In 2020, she and her husband founded the company LEOMA medical GmbH & Co. KG. In the same year, Focus magazine named her one of the most important 100 women in Germany. In 2021, German newspaper "Handelsblatt" named her as one of 100 women with the greatest influence on Germany's future. The same newspaper published a detailed portrait of her.