chairman & board members.
The Chief Technical Officer of MedSoft, Armin Weiner is a global industry leader in Healthcare systems with strong analytical skills alongside extensive experience in providing next-generation Information System solutions to complex data and workflow issues.
Involved in the industry from its infancy in the 1980s, Armin has spent more than 30 years in Israel, Europe and the US in IT development, including Scitex, France Telecom and the Dutch PTT. Having moved to California, he co-founded RealTimeImage, an innovator in the field of medical imaging with a global significance.
After the company was successfully sold to GE/IDX Armin moved to Australia in 2010. He currently helps NSW eHealth in Enterprise/Solutions software design.
It is Armin’s personal yet modest drive as an innovator that has seen him take on the position of Chairman of Mind Shift. His self-belief in overcoming adversity as he established his successes in Europe, the US and now Australia is testament to what can be achieved with a healthy outlook and hard work.
A lawyer and businessman for more than 25 years, Eric’s global experience in business covers acting in litigation matters, commercial dealings, family, property and finance.
Eric’s pro bono work includes the position of Vice President of the Technion Society of Australia, Israel’s oldest university and its top university for science, engineering and technology, and he also provides advisory assistance to the trade committee of the Australian-Israel Chamber of Commerce, one of Australia’s largest and most active not-for-profit organisations.
Eric is a passionate advocate of MindShift. He lives by the opinion that one’s confidence and belief in oneself is a mandatory requirement for life, and by far the major contribution to one’s achievements.
Richard has extensive executive management experience in the not-for-profit health sector, previously holding the positions of CEO of the prestigious Queensland Alliance for Mental Health Inc, the peak body for the community mental health sector, and Deputy CEO of the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia with experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health policy, planning, national reform and education.
He is a member of the ministerial advisory group planning the implementation of NDIS in Queensland and is involved in national mental health issues as a member of Community Mental Health Australia. Richard is actively involved in establishing appropriate engagement strategies and planning mechanisms with Hospital and Health Services for the new Public Health Networks.
Richard believes that outcomes in mental health management for communities depends on a powerful emphasis on prevention and early intervention. Recognising a problem, resourcing a solution and committing to that solution is essential.
Richard is committed to strengthening the community mental health sector and is passionate about working towards a mental health system that is focused on people’s recovery in their own homes.
Rohan Barrett is a Director at Ernst and Young (EY), a leading professional services firm, in the People Advisory Services division. Their purpose is to build a better working world. Rohan is an experienced consultant and project manager with specialist expertise in people matters. He works mostly in the areas of organisational change management, talent management, organisation design and HR improvement. He has worked extensively in the health and human services sectors across government and non-government organisations, and has a leadership role for EY within the human services sector in Queensland.
Rohan is a psychologist by profession and routinely applies his skills to organisational settings. He is passionate about a strengths-based approach to developing individuals and supporting the mission of Mind Shift, and in particular, working with young people.