Peter Coomber has a Bachelor of Business Degree and practiced as a CPA for 28 years. He is also a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mr Coomber has applied his excellent management and financial skills whilst employed for pharmaceutical companies. Previous directorships include Central Coast NSW Medicare Local Board and Division of General Practice Board (2007-2015).
Dr Miller is an experienced general practitioner serving the Central Coast since 1984 and is currently practising at Killarney Vale Family Medical Practice. Dr Miller is a committed community volunteer being heavily involved in the Palliative Care & Hospice Foundation as well as Advance Care Planning. Previous directorships include Central Coast NSW Medicare Local Board and Division of General Practice Board (2007-2015).
Peter Bayley has 37 years’ health administration experience in public and private hospitals, and more recently in primary care. Peter has been CEO of three private hospitals and worked freelance for 13 years for a variety of clients in hospitals, primary care, industry bodies and allied health. Peter’s strategic experience includes service development in hospitals, day surgery centres and the establishment of new community-based allied health services and medical services in rural areas. He has Board governance experience in residential aged care, accreditation of nursing and midwifery education, medical services and disability services.
Jane Barry has 20 years’ experience as a lawyer and senior executive across the not-for-profit, private and public sectors. With a successful track record in leadership in the not-for-profit sector Jane has previously served as a non-executive director of an industry association and as an executive of a national NFP organisation where she was responsible for governance, financial performance, policy and advocacy. Jane has experience in the current national health reform program through her work as a policy director with the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority.
Jennifer Nobbs is the Executive Director of Activity Based Funding at the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority where she leads a program of work to improve efficiency and increase transparency in the health care system through the national implementation of activity based funding across Australian public hospitals, working with state and territory health departments and clinicians. Prior to this, Jennifer worked in the NSW health system where she was senior advisor to the NSW Minister for Mental Health and Healthy Lifestyles, and manager of national and state mental health, drug and alcohol priorities at the NSW Ministry of Health. Jennifer has twelve years’ experience in the Australian and UK public services working across government and non-government organisations at a strategic level to deliver connected care for vulnerable populations.