Halo Highlight: Brian Creelman
“Halo Highlight” is a series of interviews showcasing our unique and talented team members. This week, we sat down with Technical Solutions Analyst Brian Creelman to learn more about the most challenging part of his role, why he likes working at Halo, and what event he’d win at a company field day.
How did you end up at Halo?
I previously worked at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, where I focused on clinical integrations and patient health systems. As a Technical Solutions Analyst, my role encompasses a little bit of anything and everything – alert setups, network assignments, helping Halo’s Customer Care team, and much more. There’s no typical workday because there’s always something new, and I like that I’m getting pulled into a lot of different directions.
What’s the most challenging part about your role?
There are many different groups involved when implementing Halo at a health system, from physicians and nurses to any third-party vendors. It’s difficult to coordinate the timing of setting up these implementations and integrations, as well as making sure everyone’s on the same page.
What’s your favorite part about working at Halo?
Having an active part in our Go-Lives has been an amazing experience. I like providing solutions for the challenges that arise during these implementations. As the days go on, it’s fulfilling to see everything we’ve put together come to fruition. I love hearing users’ feedback as they start using our products.
At a company field day, what is the event that you would most likely win?
Obstacle course. I’ve never been to a company field day, so hopefully we’re having one soon!
What’s your go-to drink from the coffee machine?
I’m not much of a coffee drinker, but if I was going to make myself one, there would be some type of vanilla involved.
If we were to make a movie about you, what genre would it be? Who would play you?
Comedy. Tim Allen would play me.
What foreign language would you like to learn?
What’s on your bucket list?
I would take a vacation across the pond and plan a European adventure of some sort. It would include going to Munich for Oktoberfest and watching Celtic F.C. play in Glasgow.
If you could time travel, which period of time would you go back to visit?
Probably the late 60s or 70s because that’s when all of the cool cars were introduced. One of my favorites is the ’69 Camero SS.
If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you would buy?
I’d pay off my student loans and then buy a house with land.