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Vincent DeRobertis

Senior Vice President, Client Development

Research Now plc

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Research Now plc

5800 Tennyson Parkway Suite 600

Plano, Texas,75024

United States

Company Description

Research Now is the leading global online sampling and data collection company. With over 6 million panelists in 38 countries worldwide, Research Now enables companies to listen and interact with real consumers and business decision makers in order to make key...more

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Research Shows Mobile Medical Apps Are Good for Our Health | mHealthWatch

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Vincent DeRobertis, Senior Vice President of Global Healthcare at Research Now, believes that mobile apps for smartphones "are changing the way doctors and their patients approach medicine and health issues."
"Patients with heart disease can send information about their heart rate straight to their doctors, accessories allow diabetics to monitor their blood glucose levels by sending the results straight to their smartphone, and nutritionists can see trends in patients' caloric intake and exercise patterns," DeRobertis adds.


Global Gie LLC news

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Obviously, there is a huge opportunity for the use of these apps," Vincent DeRobertis, senior vice president of Global Healthcare at Research Now, says in the announcement.
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Providers Believe Apps Improve Patient Outcomes

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Vincent DeRobertis, Senior Vice President of Global Healthcare at Research Now, said, "Mobile apps for smartphones are changing the way doctors and their patients approach medicine and health issues.
"Patients are gathering data about their condition or treatment, ultimately improving their health, or perhaps reducing visits to a physician," said DeRobertis.


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Obviously, there is a huge opportunity for the use of these apps," Vincent DeRobertis, senior vice president of Global Healthcare at Research Now, says in the announcement.


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"Mobile apps for smartphones are changing the way doctors and their patients approach medicine and health issues," Vincent DeRobertis, senior vice president of global healthcare at Research Now, said in a statement.


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