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A Day at InteliChart: Steven Zahurones, Marketing Manager

Our people make InteliChart the best partner out there for EHR vendors. They truly are our biggest competitive advantage. Smart, talented, interesting, we could go on-and-on, but we won’t. Just know that the people at InteliChart are people you would want on your team.

Our A Day at InteliChart series pulls back the curtain on what it is really like to work at InteliChart.

Steven Zahurones, Marketing Manager

Steven graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a degree in Communications, and he’s been involved in marketing ever since. Before joining InteliChart, he worked at various digital marketing agencies in Minneapolis and relocated to Charlotte for a job opportunity. We’re certainly glad he did! Outside of InteliChart, he enjoys video games, manga, running, the Detroit Lions, and his family (though maybe not in that order).

We had to catch up with him for our first A Day at InteliChart post.

Q: What brought you to InteliChart?

A: I originally applied for the Marketing Manager role due to the fact that it would be a promotion of sorts and just down the road from my last job (my eight-minute commute would be unchanged). After talking with Michael McCarver and learning that InteliChart was looking for someone to come in and help build the marketing department from the ground up, I had to join the team.

Q: What has surprised you the most so far?

A: Probably the amount of responsibility I’ve been given to truly shape the marketing efforts here. I mean, I knew going in that I would have this responsibility, but you never truly know how much until you arrive for the job.

Q: What are some of the things you’ve worked on that you’re proud of?

A: It would have to be our recent re-brand and content strategy development. Not that I was the only one responsible (our CEO – Gary Hamilton – gave a lot of direction from a branding standpoint), but these initiatives have changed the way we market and sell ourselves. And we’re always learning and getting better.

Another would be the soon-to-be released whitepaper about MIPS. We surveyed over 800 healthcare professionals! It’s pretty comprehensive and will provide a lot value to those in healthcare.

Q: The new branding looks good! You mention the upcoming whitepaper, what are some other initiatives you have in the hopper?

A: You’ll just have to wait and see. But I will say this. People should stay tuned to our Twitter or LinkedIn pages. There are a few things that will be coming that will be of great value and interest. That’s all I can say for now.

Q: Changing topics. How would you describe the culture at InteliChart?

A: Like a family that enables you to go be the best at your position. It also reflects the personality of Gary Hamilton quite a bit. Which is a good thing.

Q: You report directly to Gary. What is that like?

A: Gary is a healthcare IT genius. This guy knows healthcare, the market, and the needs of the market better than anyone else I’ve ever come across. Reporting to Gary is great because I am able to soak up all that knowledge.

Q: With all that knowledge comes great responsibility to create great marketing campaigns?

A: Sure.

Q: Anything else you’d like to let people know about your experience at InteliChart?

A: I’ve learned more in my time at InteliChart than anywhere else. I’ve really been empowered to explore, fail, succeed, and try again. Also, people play a game called KanJam here. You’ll have to ask someone else about it. I don’t get it.


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