If you want to know more about incredible women in digital health industry you can read about them in 20 Women in Digital Health Part One
Nora Blum – CEO & Co-Founder of Selfapy. It aims to provide instant care to people who are struggling with anxiety, depression and eating disorders. It’s a guided, self-help online course, supported by professional psychologists, making sure that the patients are getting suitable help.
Julia Hagen – Director of Regulatory & Politics hih2025. Her aim is to digitalise the German healthcare system. Health Innovation Hub aims to further develop the digitalisation of the healthcare and it focuses on networking stakeholders to explore the ideas and concepts for a more digital healthcare for the benefit of patients.
Dr. Friderike Bruchmann – CEO & Co-Founder of MEDIKURA. The company aims to improve drug safety internationally. They provide a platform (Nebenwirkungen.de), where patients can report reactions and effects to specific drugs. The platform connects patients, pharmaceutical companies and healthcare professionals to ensure patients’ safety.
Andrea Galle – Chairman at BKK VBU. The company provides insurance to patients and aims to ensure that health awareness receives more attention. Andrea’s main goal is to not just grow with the company, but to really be there for patients and provide the best insurance service up to date.
Prof. Dr. med. Sylvia Thun – Professor at Niederrhein University of Applied Science. She created a network #SHEHEALTH – Women in Digital Health, which encourages women to speak up and take leadership positions in healthcare. Dr. Thun also trains medical informatics and medicine students. In addition, she supports HL7 Germany as a chairwoman. Sylvia Thun is on the executive committee of GMDS e.V. (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Medizinische Informatik, Biometrie und Epidemiologie), and she is digitizing the Charité Berlin.
Dr. Mona Späth & Dr. Hannah Jakob – Founders at Neolexon UG. The company develops digital therapy to support language development and it’s certified as a medical device. The system supports speech therapists and helps patients with speech disorders.
Dr. Miriam Hearst – Managing Partner at Kumovis. The company provides 3D printing system for thermoplastic materials for medical organizations, used for industrial and medical applications. Its aim is to revolutionize medical care and create ground-breaking technology for even better medical applications.
Claudia Schaller, PhD – Founder of InFutura. The company is building ventures around health and well-being. It focuses on innovation in the health care, wellness and food sector. Claudia is also a Co-Director at Founder Institute Munich, a pre-seed startup accelerator and a Director at Changemaker Chats, where she empowers women and strengthens female role models.
Maike Dieckmann – For organizations in digital transformation, Maike Dieckmann designs sound strategies, which help customers develop a viable service, creating value for patients and providers. She is a HPI-certified design thinking coach with many years of sector-specific experience as an executive.
Dr. med. Enise Lauterbach – Founder & CEO of Digital Health Hub Trier. The company’s aim is to promote the digitalization of health care system as well as to implement digital innovations to improve the health system. It also promotes the active exchange of knowledge and to improve and support innovations and new technologies in medical care.