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30 questions with Mark Nesline

30 questions with Mark Nesline


My name is Marc Nesline and I’m the
Senior Vice President of Engineering. Scrambled eggs and fruit. I really like
working in the healthcare environment and I like the technologies we work with. I went to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and I got a degree in
engineering science and then after that I went to Stanford University and got a
Master’s in aeronautics and astronautics. I think engaged. I live in the city of
Boston and I’ve always lived in the Greater
Boston area. I like to explore the city, I like to play a little golf, and I’m a
big Boston sports fan. Maybe by the coffee machine, we have some great coffee here,
talking about the fun things people did over the weekend. Some great technologies
to bear on the problems we work on is one of the things that gets me
excited. The opportunity to work with really
smart people in a fun environment. I’ve always worked in engineering but in a
number of different vertical markets. Well I was 8 years old when we first
landed on the moon. so I wanted to be an astronaut. The bar for quality and the
bar for great workflow is very high so we need to make sure we can deliver that
to our customers. I think bringing identity to bear both patient identity
and clinician identity in order to bring great workflow. My colleagues
inspire me, they come to work every day to do a really good job on behalf of our
customers. I like to follow good engineering process wrapped in a really
good appreciation of our talents and also the opportunity to have some fun at our jobs. I think they would describe me as tall and then maybe hard-working. President Kennedy. We’d have New
England clam chowder to get the opportunity to hear say the word chowder,
I’d make the Maryland crab cakes which my grandmother used to make, and maybe a
Swedish almond cake that my mother used to make. I tried to get in a short
workout at the Boston Sports Club. The ability to work with really bright
people in a really fun environment. I like working in the health care
environment, you get a lot of satisfaction out of working with
nurses and doctors to really make their jobs better. The opportunity I think to work on a
number of impactful products, so early in my career I got to work on defensive
missile systems to help in the first Gulf War. After that I’ve worked on
a number of technologies to allow e-commerce to happen over the
internet, and now getting a chance to work in in healthcare and bring great
products to our customers. First to get very good at the craft of engineering
before you worry too much about career advancement. Probably starts out with
looking into seeing how our customers are doing, then maybe spend some time
with colleagues and my team to develop good solutions, and then to talk to
people on the team about career advancement. Intelligence, strong
technical skills, and real passion. The first thing is what problem are we
solving? That’s really important. Then how do we create good workflow for the users?
Third is are the solutions secure? The ability to bring technology to bear
much more quickly than we can today. I think the biggest thing is workflow.
Getting workflow for the users. I had a great vacation in Hawaii five years ago
and I’d love to go back.

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