This is an interesting one since most people think they are being hired for their knowledge, not their willingness and ability to learn. Ingersoll Rand values a life learner. Best to talk about your commitment to personal development and the ways in which you strive to make yourself better.
I responded by saying its because Im an incredibly hard working individual and my drive and passion for programming will generate great results and my learning curve with coding will be exponentially larger than any other candidates. I pick up on material pretty fast and am willing to learn outside of the workplace to better my abilities for work and personal use.
I made a technical error in judgment while compressing and encoding a video once. I was given an unrealistic and tight deadline. The client sent me a bigger file than what we normally offer and I forgot to compress it first. It took me 30 minutes more than it normally takes to process and upload the file the clients gave me and ultimately, it was uploaded late. We lost the client. However, I worked harder and did my best never to make the same mistake again afterward. I learned from it and have yet to make huge errors like that again.
It is all about taking care of the customer (in this case the patients) and their needs. If you do not take of the customer/consumer the way they expect to be treated and cared for, they are not going to purchase your product. Whether it is potato chips and snacks or medical services. Without happy customers/consumers to purchase your product, you do not have a business.