We recognise that to ensure that we continue to focus on developing leading edge health technology solutions, providing exceptional service to our clients and expand our footprint in various regions, we need to be guided and mentored by a group of experts who are not involved in the day-to-day business activities.

We are privileged to have David, John and Denis agree to join our advisory board which brings to us unparalleled wealth of experience and vision.


Professor Emeritus David Geoffrey Penington

Professor Emeritus David Geoffrey Penington

David has been a leading light in the medical profession for more than 50 years. He was the Professor of Medicine Melbourne University, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Vice-Chancellor over a 25 year period. He chaired a Committee of Inquiry into the Rights of Private Practice in 1984 and the National AIDS Task Force between 1983-87. David was Chairman of Cochlear Limited, Bio21 Australia Limited, the Bio 21 Institute and Bionic Vision Australia and a former President of Museum Victoria. He was appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia in 1988 for services to medicine and to the community, particularly in the field of Medical Education and Health Care and was selected as Victorian of the Year in 2014.

John DeBrincat

John DeBrincat

John has over 35 years of experience in business in the Asia Pacific having held number of CEO positions within the technology sector.

He is Chairman and a founding member of the Australian Computer Society Foundation, a non-profit organisation raising funds for technology research and development, and funds over 900 scholarships for Information Technology students.

John is the President of the University of Sydney Foundation for Information Technology and has been awarded an Honorary Life Governor of the University Of Sydney School Of Information Technologies.

Denis Tebbutt

Denis Tebbutt

Denis has held senior executive roles during the past twenty-five years across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

He is a Board Member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) and has held a number of board positions in the technology and finance sectors including Managing Director of iSOFT and InterSystems in the healthcare sector and the Managing Director of Policy Management Systems Corporation and Chief Operating Officer of Financial Networks Limited.

Denis has also acted as advisor to venture Capital Funds and is the past Chair of the NSW Chapter of the Australian Computer Society Foundation.

James Dwyer

James Dwyer

James has been involved in the health and social care industry in Australia and the UK for the last 15 years. He was formerly the General Manager of EMIS Health in Australia and New Zealand, and is also a director of Pineshield Health and Social Care Services in the UK which he founded in 2001. With a background in financial management in IT and Telecoms since the late 1980’s, James brings strong finance skills as well as personal experience in starting up and growing a successful health and social care organisation.