Princeton-based healtheo360 inks chief growth officer

By Emily Bader
Princeton | Nov 4, 2019 at 11:30 am

Princeton-based healtheo360, a social network for patients living with chronic, terminal and rare health conditions, announced on Monday it has named Robert Cecere as chief growth officer.

Cecere, who has experience as a sales and marketing leader within health care and pharma, most recently co-founded and developed the HealthCentral Network, which grew to more than 100 million unique visitors per month before being sold to a group of institutional investors.

“I am excited to join the passionate team at healtheo360 and continue the positive impact that our leading technology coupled with patient communities bring to promote improved communication,” Cecere said.

Founded in 2013, healtheo360 serves the life sciences industry by providing evidence-based solutions that address patient education gaps and unmet needs in the marketplace.

“Bob’s expertise in developing patient education programs and interactive digital tools that put the healthcare decision making back in the hands of the patients will make him extremely effective in advancing patient health for our industry.  We are excited about the opportunities Bob brings with his successful track record of growing health communities and utilization of recognized patient advocates,” said healtheo360 Founder & CEO David Duplay.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader