It's a unique and challenging time in healthcare. While we at eVideon continue to do our best to support healthcare and "help the helpers" on the front lines, we're also excited to introduce another eVideon team member in our Q&A series. Today, we feature Lee Steinbach, a Senior Systems Engineer who wears a lot of proverbial hats at our organization and does an awesome job supporting healthcare.

1. What’s your role at eVideon, and what do you do on a day-to-day basis?

While I’m involved in many roles, the most focused ones include project management, project implementation, systems engineering, information technology, security and troubleshooting. My roles have transitioned from Systems Integrations project focus to eVideon project focus over the last five or so years. I continue to also apply these focus areas to our internal needs.

A day-to-day snapshot is varied and at times is customer focused and other times focused internally. For project management, it includes a significant amount of detailed planning, documentation and communications. 

2. What is meaningful to you about your job?

Planning and implementing a technical project is generally very fulfilling to me. What actually makes it meaningful though is seeing the appreciation and satisfaction that comes from patients, customers, peers and others directly involved in making everything come together at each stage of a project. 

3. Where can you be found when you’re not in the office?

When not in the office, I’m often found playing/practicing the violin, watching a movie or hopefully exercising or hiking in a state park.

4. What accomplishment are you most proud of?

Survival… and even thriving periodically.

5. When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up? How has that changed or stayed the same?

In elementary years, I dreamed of being a pilot. I no longer have any desire to take up flying, although I still have an interest in travel.

6. Who would play you in a movie about your life?

Answering a multitude of questions about this, it was determined that Morgan Freeman is the best choice. 

7. Poetry fun! Write a haiku about healthcare and/or technology.

HealthCare TV and
Virtual Reality
Beats the boredom blues