Director · Other · Jennifer Nobbs Consulting Limited
Jennifer is an experienced, collaborative, results-driven leader. She is a senior executive with a fifteen-year proven track record in developing and leading strategies and priorities across government, non-government and private sectors and a range of policy settings in Australia and the UK, with a focus on healthcare. She has strong capabilities in strategic thinking, resolving complex problems and communicating across sectors to solve challenges and lead change. She has a sound understanding of the differing needs and motivations of stakeholders with a proven ability to build a bridge between policy and technical spaces.
Jennifer is based in the UK and currently works as an independent consultant to government and the private sector internationally, both directly and as an Associate with national and international consultancy firms, focusing on health and social policy. Recent clients have included the Irish Health Service Executive, NHS Trusts in the UK, government health services in Singapore and public and private health providers in Australia.
Prior to this, Jennifer was Executive Director of Activity Based Funding at the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority in Sydney. There she led the teams which set the national pricing structure for public hospital services, distributing approximately $40 billion to Australian public hospitals each year. She led the integration of safety and quality measures into national hospital funding, translating research and policy into practical change, as well as the development of new classification systems for mental health, non-admitted and emergency care involving large-scale clinically driven studies in major hospitals. Jennifer was also responsible for leading the organisation through extensive internal and external change, including redesigning organisational structures and working practices.
In Australia, as a ministerial staffer Jennifer drove the establishment of a new Mental Health Commission, and led health departmental work on national mental health, drug and alcohol and homelessness strategies across public, private and non-governmental sectors, connecting policy, research and grass-roots programmes to implement change.
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