Virtual Networking

Specialized Pediatric Eye Care

Poonam Doshi, MD

Interested in being Featured?

The Northeast PHO Provider Relations Department is excited to have you as part of our network of physicians!
 

In an effort to spread the word about the services you currently or will be providing, we would like to obtain information to be used to host virtual introductions, virtual drop-in sessions, a video to be posted on the NEPHO website, along with a provider spotlight bio to share with the NEPHO Primary Care Providers.

Please send requested marketing materials to Alycia Messselaar, Alycia.Messelaar@lahey.org, in order to begin the marketing process.

Thank you,

The NEPHO Provider Relations Department

Please provide the following:


Short bio (In paragraph format that includes the following information – please do not send a copy of your CV)

  • Name
  • Practice
  • Specialty
  • Ages treated
  • Education/Training
  • Past professional experience
  • Special interests
  • Whether you offer telehealth services
  • Personal hobbies
  • Professional photograph
  • Best hours and days to set up brief virtual meetings with PCP practices that are interested in speaking with you directly
  • 1-3 minute video outlining the following information about yourself (This can be done right from your smartphone!  Please see Tips for Shooting better video on your smartphone on this page.
    • Name
    • Practice
    • Specialty
    • Ages treated
    • Education/Training
    • Past professional experience
    • Special interests
    • Whether you offer telehealth services
    • Personal hobbies
    • Best ways to reach out directly regarding patient specific care questions

 

Tips for shooting better video on your smartphone:

 

  1. Shoot horizontal, not upright – This will enable viewers to watch the video at a full size on a monitor.
  2. Keep it smooth and steady – We recommend using a tripod, propping the phone up in a location that captures your head in the shot or have someone with steady hands record the video for you.
  3. Make the light work for you – Find an area where the light is even in the area you want to record. If some parts of the shot are looking too bright or too dark, changing your position and finding another angle.
  4. Record good audio – We recommend locating where your microphone is on the phone being used to ensure it is not being obstructed. Be sure to speak loud enough and clearly within a quiet controlled environment
  5. Look before recording – Take a moment to check the amount of available memory on your phone and battery life
  6. Let your personality shine through! – These videos are for the providers to get to know you professionally and personally, so please do not be afraid to let your personality out in the video.