Jorge Moll Encourages Partnerships and Collaboration in the Health Sector

Advances in innovative technology linked to healthcare are a significant trend throughout the globe. According to Jorge Moll, one cannot separate the benefits of technology from the developments in medicine. Digital technology opens new horizons for the medical arena.

 

Jorge Moll graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 1994 and completed his residency in neurology at the same school in 1997 (Scholar.Google). It was a challenge to form an innovative healthcare system. Despite the challenging start, Jorge Moll remained steadfast in his course of building the largest hospital group in Brazil.

 

Jorge Moll is the chairman of the Board of Directors of Rede D’Or Sao Luiz. He is a cardiologist and businessman who built a network of hospitals from just one examination firm. In 1977, he founded a health diagnostics laboratory that he transformed into one of the country’s largest hospital. Jorge and his family are the most significant shareholders of the Brazil-based link of independent hospitals. The company has over five thousand beds across 35 hospitals in Brazil.

The Star Cup is an example of the chain of hospitals. The Rede D’Or Sao Luiz conceived the Star Cup in 2016 to offer unique and exclusive services to people throughout Brazil. The hospital has works of art along its corridors instead of the usual the traffic of nurses and stretchers. Jorge Moll said that the hospital offered an alternative for patients who use the Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro area bridge. The hospital considered differentiated treatment coupled with technology.

 

According to the neuroscientist and physician Jorge Moll, some studies using magnetic resonance imaging revealed that those people who donate to charities have similar reward centers as those engaging in pleasurable activities such as listening to music (https://es.linkedin.com/in/jomoll). Acting in favor of vital principles or causes activates the system that fosters friendship and family ties as per the CEO of IDOR. Jorge Moll further notes that voluntary engagement in social commitments that support the well-being of others plays a critical role in prolonging life and reducing the risk of multiple diseases such as depression.

 

Jorge Moll encourages all health sectors in Brazil to interact and collaborate to enable rapid advancement of medical innovation in Brazil. All the stakeholders need to cultivate the spirit of partnerships to enhance acceleration of the process.