Jonathan has 40+ years of diverse blue collar, line, technology, management, consulting and governance experience, working on business strategy, management and information technology, across commercial, government and not-for-profit sectors, in all types of countries and cultures, at all levels from operative to board and investor/owner. He retired in March 2019 from the Datacom Group where for 8 years he was CEO and then International Executive Chair. Jonathan is currently chair of Assistive Technology Australia and a director of the Asylum Seekers Centre.
Ian is a retired medical practitioner with a broad experience in healthcare delivery and an excellent background in healthcare IT. He is currently on the board of Smart Health (electronic health records provider). He was exposed to many startups in Health IT on the board of the National Health Sciences Centre. Ian also has an extensive network in the medico-political sphere, as a Fellow of the AMA, past president of the ACTAMA, member of the Federal AMA Council and board member of AMA Commercial (the then commercial arm of the Federal AMA). Ian has also chaired the ACT Local Hospital, the GP Workforce Working Party and the Medicare Benefits Advisory Committee and has recently completed consultancy work on the Government's review of Medicare Benefits. Ian is a foundation investor in Humanetix.
Shaun Larkin has 30+ years health care financing and delivery experience in Australia, Asia, and the United States including being CEO of the A$2.5b the Hospitals Contribution Fund of Australia (HCF) from 2010-2017. More recently has leveraged this experience to become an investor, director and advisor to a number of start-ups in the health start-up ecosystem in Australia and the United States as well working as a Professor of Health Policy and Financing at the University of Sydney.
Matt is the inventor of the Humanetix platform. Matt has designed highly successful and disruptive new IT systems for both the military and civil sectors over a 20 year career, fulfilling Chief Systems Architect and CEO roles.
Lindsay has worked as a management consultant for 15 years, specialising in the science, technology and health research sectors. Before that he was a General Manager of Public Affairs, CSIRO and worked as a Diplomat in South-East Asia.
Our partners include hospitals, national, state and local governments, researchers, universities, medical staff, peak bodies, some of the world's biggest IT companies and the World Patient Safety Movement.
For those interested in learning more about Humanetix, detailed supporting analysis is available on request.