The “Meet the Team” employee spotlight highlights the great talent we have at Chiron Health. Our employees bring a wealth of intelligence and experience to our ever-growing team. This edition of the blog series features Technical Operations Associate, Paul Harrison.
In addition to driving success for Chiron Health’s patients and practitioners, he’s our in-house future proofer. Paul strives to solve problems before they become problems–anticipating the future and developing methods to minimize the stresses and potential issues of future events.
- What is your role at Chiron Health?
- When did you begin your role at Chiron?
- What would people never guess is part of your role?
- What aspect of your role do you enjoy the most?
- Before working here, what was your most unique or interesting job?
- What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
- What do you like to do outside of work?
- What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?
- What’s your hidden talent?
- If you had all the time in the world, what’s one topic you would like to become an expert in?
I’m a Technical Operations Associate! I help our patients and practitioners be successful, and help our development team make new features.
A little over a year ago.
Well, I also handle everyone’s birthdays. It’s important to get people cookies on their birthdays, for morale.
Getting to know all kinds of people, especially our practitioners.
I worked in the music festival industry for a lot of years, and flew around the country sitting in box offices and not getting to watch music. It was fun!
My favorite book is Accelerando by Charles Stross, a coming of age cyberpunk story that heavily inspired me in my career. My favorite movie is True Stories, the only movie by the band The Talking Heads, and John Goodman sings in it. It is great.
Play a lot of video games, but I also do stand-up comedy. Those are my two modes!
I couldn’t live without stand-up comedy, it’s like a cheaper version of therapy, and I get to make people laugh.
I’m a really good cook! My favorite kind of food is Middle Eastern, and I have an unreasonable number of spices at home.
Specialization is death! Knowing one thing really well is just one step from not knowing anything at all. So, I’ll just say “everything”.