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Global Health Ltd is engaged in developing, selling, and supporting application software for the healthcare sector in Australia. It operates in a single segment, being the computer technology, software, and services industry. It provides mental health software for psychologists and psychiatrists; integrated software solutions for various areas of community health and human services, including drug and alcohol, disability, dental, and community rehabilitation; and digital software for healthcare communities.
|28 Nov 2023||$0.13||$0.00||0.00%||18,300||$0.12||$0.13||$0.12|
|24 Nov 2023||$0.13||$-0.01||-7.69%||20,600||$0.13||$0.13||$0.13|
|23 Nov 2023||$0.13||$0.00||0.00%||1,468||$0.14||$0.14||$0.13|
|Mr Steven Leigh Pynt||Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Jan 2000||
Mr Pynt is a Director of the Perth legal firm, MP Commercial Lawyers, and his main area of practice is in commercial law including corporations' law, franchising and contracts. He was formerly a member of the Racing Penalties Appeals Tribunal and Chairman of the Commercial Tribunal of WA.
|Mr Alumootil Mathew Cherian||Executive DirectorManaging Director||Jan 2000||
Mr Cherian has been in the information technology industry since 1981. In 1985, he established Working Systems Pty Ltd in Perth, Western Australia. Mr Cherian was appointed CEO of Working Systems Solutions Limited in January 2002 to re-focus the Group as a software product developer for the Healthcare sector. The initial phase culminated with the re-branding of the Company as Global Health Limited in December 2007. Mr Cherian plays an active role in product strategy and the development of overseas markets for the Company.
|Mr Stuart Grant Smith||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2013||
Mr Smith has worked in insurance, superannuation, investment and funds management for over 40 years. He started with National Mutual (now AMP) in the investments division and was responsible for the establishment of the funds management business for National Mutual. In 1984, he established an independent funds management group and floated Hospitals of Australia - the first healthcare investment fund in Australia. Hospitals of Australia owned and operated a number of hospitals throughout Australia. Mr Smith was intimately involved in the building of a number of hospitals including Strathfield Private, Southern Highlands Private Hospital, Port Macquarie Hospital and the refurbishment of a number of other healthcare facilities. Hospitals of Australia was ultimately acquired by Mayne Nickless Limited. In the past 15 years, Mr Smith developed and built the Medica Centre and opened the first digital (paperless) private surgical hospital in Australia. He is currently involved in developing new hospitals in Melbourne. Mr Smith is also involved in utilising digital technology to generate increased productivity and efficiencies for the Healthcare sector.
|Ms Karen Corry||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2021||
Ms Corry is an experienced board director and business leader with a background in digital health, technology and finance. Previously a partner at KPMG , including KPMG London. In her consulting career she has led strategic planning and major transformational programs and has been responsible for business development and growth. She established a consulting company, Delta Management Consulting, achieving success developing and delivering digital health strategy for over a decade in the public and private health sectors. Karen is a non-executive director at Peninsula Health, Holmesglen Institute, ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image), Chair of the Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO), and the Cultural Development Network (NFP). She chairs the Audit and Risk committees of Holmesglen and ACMI, and the Digital Health & Capital Projects committee at Peninsula. She is a Fellow of the AICD and in 2020 was privileged to participate in the AICD Chair's Mentoring Program. Her experience leverages strategy and growth with a strong balance between innovation, governance, finance and risk.
|Mr Steven Strange||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2022||
Mr Strange brings over 30 years of leadership experience to the Board at a very opportune and pivotal time, where the Company seeks to significantly grow its business both domestically and in its positioning in the Asia Pacific Region. Steven was the Founder and Executive Director of Health Metrics (HM) a leading provider of software solutions to the aged care sector. He also recently successfully completed the sale of HM to Private Equity interests
|Mr James Stephen Barrie||Company Secretary||Jan 2023||
|James Stephen Barrie||Company Secretary||
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