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To help you get to know the people at HealthEngine, please enjoy this series for the blog where we take you “Behind the Scenes at HealthEngine.”

Each week we’ll introduce you to one of our team members.

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Nicole Street

Product Manager

How long have you been with HealthEngine:
6 years

Tell us a bit about your day to day role:
Most of my day is spent communicating with different stakeholders throughout the business and with our practice customers to gather insights and requirements for product initiatives and to ensure projects are delivered effectively. I also work with the other Product Managers and the Executive team to determine what changes and improvements should be made to our products next to ensure they best fulfill our customers’ and users’ needs.

Tell us about a recent HealthEngine project/effort you’re particularly proud of:
I’m very excited that we’ve just released the Check-Ins feature as this is something that practices have requested for a long time.  Check-Ins prompts patients to check in for their healthcare appointments online and see their place in the queue. This was a highly collaborative effort with several teams throughout the business contributing, so it was very cool to oversee that.

Now onto some fun facts… What are your 3 fave apps at the moment?  (beyond HealthEngine, of course!):

  1. YouTube
  2. Spotify
  3. Fitbit

Please share 3 things about your non-work life:

  1. I’ve been learning Spanish for several years now. I recently started listening to some Spanish music on Spotify to practice my listening skills and I can’t get enough of it!
  2. I’m currently on about 6 different puppy waiting lists – I’m finally in a position to be able to get a pet dog but it seems impossible to find any available puppies at the moment.
  3. I recently got into hiking and have been loving exploring all of the local trails.

When borders open, name your dream travel destination:
Germany/Austria – I had a trip booked for September last year which of course couldn’t go ahead. So many cool things to see and do there.

To wrap this up, let’s end with some personal recommendations:
During the pandemic I came across the SaveAFox channel on YouTube. They upload videos nearly daily of the goings-on at their fox rescue shelter in the US which are usually very entertaining and cute. I highly recommend watching for your daily dose of wholesome – and donating if you can.

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