We're launching a new Q&A series here at eVideon. Our team is passionate about what they do, and we're excited to share their thoughts on healthcare and patient experience, while getting to know a little bit about who they are and what motivates them. Spencer was a great choice for our first Q&A, having recently won the eVideon values award for Commitment to Customers. We've always known he's a customer favorite, but we didn't know he almost ended up healing animals instead of people! Enjoy getting to know Spencer.
What’s your role at eVideon, and what do you do on a day-to-day basis?
I'm the Clinical Solutions Director. I spend my day working with our existing and future customers to help them understand eVideon's capabilities and how they help improve workflows. I also work with our development and engineering teams to take ideas and suggestions from our customers and turn them into cool new eVideon features.
What is meaningful to you about your job?
I really enjoy working with hospitals and giving them ways to help them accomplish their most important tasks in the most efficient way - whether that's better educating their patients, providing a better overall experience, or gathering meaningful feedback from their patients.
I also enjoy working with the development and engineering teams to come up with creative ways that eVideon can help our customers and better serve our future customers.
Where can you be found when you’re not in the office?
I am usually on the river fly fishing, working on my remote control airplanes, working in the yard on my ponds and plants, or spending time with my kids in their may activities from cheer to choir to gymnastics to marching band.
What accomplishment (work or non-work) are you most proud of?
I am very proud of my children and who they have become and are becoming. I'm proud of my military service and the time I spent in the Army. I'm also proud of my experience in nursing and the many areas I have been able to work in - Telemetry unit, Cath Lab, Outpatient surgery, Ophthalmology office, vision insurance, corneal excision tech, clinical educator, and clinical director.
When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up? How has that changed or stayed the same?
I wanted to be a veterinarian. After that I really didn't know what I wanted to do until I was in the Army and started hanging out with the medics because they had air conditioning in their tents. Hanging out with them I fell in love with medicine and decided I wanted to go into nursing.
Who would play you in a movie about your life?
People always say I look Like Liam Neeson if I had hair and a square jaw... it could work.
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