Mr. Jorge Moll is the president of D’Or Institute for research and teaching. He shares how this Institute can bring revolution in the patient care and treatment. He holds the view that technology has played a great role in the advancement that has taken place in the medical sector. He mentions that in U.S and its surroundings, the advancements that have occurred in the technology, are most directed in the healthcare thus enabling the industry to extend its limits.
The use of smartphones in the medical industry has enabled the users to access their history and make appointments online. He views that such initiatives play an important role in the present and future medicine and it is his hope that all sectors that deal with medicine in Brazil, will collaborate so as to enable advancement of this technology where this can be achieved through the power of partnership.
He is the founder of the Star Cup hospital. This hospital is a five-star luxury hotel, meant for people who are interested in unique services throughout in Brazil. The hospital is magnificent, well designed to serve a large number of people without friction. The hospital has 550 professionals that offer different services ranging from the care to hospitality. Additionally, it has 113 doctors. The hospital will be offering very complex surgeries of cardiology and neurology.
Mr. Jorge Moll together with Paulo Chapchap presented innovative visions of entrepreneurship in health management. During the conference, Jorge Moll highlighted the history of the Network and how it grew. He said that in medicine, he started with equipment and they came up with a large institution of complementary tests, that was not initially in Rio De Janeiro. Watch this video on youtube.com.
According to Moll, in the late 70’s and early 80’s, Rio de Janeiro was the center of medicine in Brazil, but the services started to deteriorate as most of the state hospital were mainly of the public sector. Due to this, there was no quality in the service, therefore, the business decided to revolutionize the hospital services. Moll held the view that the city was a big just for having a hospital, thus there was a need for a network of hospitals to serve the large population. Learn more about Jorge Moll at Google Scholar.