Our
story
From scrappy startup to the gold standard.

2005

Origins at Duke

Duke School of Medicine recruits David Wiener to create a comprehensive software solution to fit the unique needs of healthcare education. The result is known as BlueDocs, the precursor to Leo.

2005

Allison’s Story

Allison Wood — natural communicator, collaborator and problem solver — travels a circuitous route to the C suite as founder of a boutique communications firm, advisor to start-ups and mother of three.

2008

A Point of Excellence

Duke School of Medicine earns a point of excellence at their LCME accreditation review, thanks to the curriculum mapping capabilities of BlueDocs.

2011

A Startup Spins Out

Allison and David team up to found LCMS+ as a “spin-out” from Duke, with a mission to help schools use data technology to streamline effort, deepen insights and improve outcomes.

2012

International Impact

BlueDocs is adopted by the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College in Tanzania, sparking our commitment to improve healthcare education in low-resource environments.

2013

AAMC Authorized Vendor

LCMS+ becomes an authorized vendor for the AAMC Curriculum Inventory reporting initiative.

2015

New Space, New Energy

LCMS+ moves up to American Underground@Main, a Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub in booming downtown Durham, North Carolina.

2016

Welcome Fitz

Matt Fitzpatrick joins the team as Executive Director of Product Management, with the mandate to steer product strategy and development forward in alignment with what our client partners need and what the future of healthcare education demands.

2017

Welcome Alexis

Dr. Alexis Rossi joins the team to oversee our training and professional development efforts in support of client education and success. Now our Chief Academic Officer, Alexis also leads our initiatives around diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

2019

The Renaissance

The LCMS+ platform becomes Leo, powered by DaVinci Education.

2005

Origins at Duke

Duke School of Medicine recruits David Wiener to create a comprehensive software solution to fit the unique needs of healthcare education. The result is known as BlueDocs, the precursor to Leo.

2008

A Point of Excellence

Duke School of Medicine earns a point of excellence at their LCME accreditation review, thanks to the curriculum mapping capabilities of BlueDocs.

2012

International Impact

BlueDocs is adopted by the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College in Tanzania, sparking our commitment to improve healthcare education in low-resource environments.

2015

New Space, New Energy

LCMS+ moves up to American Underground@Main, a Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub in booming downtown Durham, North Carolina.

2017

Welcome Alexis

Dr. Alexis Rossi joins the team to oversee our training and professional development efforts in support of client education and success. Now our Chief Academic Officer, Alexis also leads our initiatives around diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

2005

Allison’s Story

Allison Wood — natural communicator, collaborator and problem solver — travels a circuitous route to the C suite as founder of a boutique communications firm, advisor to start-ups and mother of three.

2011

A Startup Spins Out

Allison and David team up to found LCMS+ as a “spin-out” from Duke, with a mission to help schools use data technology to streamline effort, deepen insights and improve outcomes.

2013

AAMC Authorized Vendor

LCMS+ becomes an authorized vendor for the AAMC Curriculum Inventory reporting initiative.

2016

Welcome Fitz

Matt Fitzpatrick joins the team as Executive Director of Product Management, with the mandate to steer product strategy and development forward in alignment with what our client partners need and what the future of healthcare education demands.

2019

The Renaissance

The LCMS+ platform becomes Leo, powered by DaVinci Education.

The
Future

(2020 and beyond)

With our unique understanding of healthcare education and deep commitment to our client partners, the DaVinci team continues to deliver insights that can help accelerate the success of students, staff, faculty and leadership across the health sciences. Our vision is to improve global public health by improving healthcare education through our people, partnerships and performance.