Jorge Moll is enabling the rapid advance of medical innovation in Brazil. He is a cardiologist and a businessman, founder and developer of one of the biggest hospitals in the country, and one of the youngest company developers in the national field.
He co-founded the Rede D’Or São Luiz hospital network, which is at the forefront of research and innovation, and, also, the biggest private group of hospitals in Brazil. Jorge Moll works as the president of the remarkable D’Or Institute for Research and Education (Idor), and is considered the very first neuroscientist in the world to define the relationship that exists between our well-being, mental health, and volunteering.
Jorge Moll’s work on volunteering and charity is studied in many institutions of the globe, and many researchers in the healthcare industry have developer further explanations for the effects of volunteering using the concepts that Jorge explained in his own theory.
Jorge Moll, who founded the hospital network, in addition to leading 32 hospitals in the country, is commonly known for having been at a national conference in Brazil, where he shed more light on the history of the company, and how it grew from a mere examination institution to several numbers of hospitals with values of excellence.
Jorge Moll described Rio de Janeiro as the “center of medicine in Brazil” in the late 1970s to the early 1980s (LinkedIn). But, with that, he also explained how it got worse and how they saw a lot of problems plaguing the system, like lack of quality diagnoses and excellent services. This was the problems he planned to solve with his business. And he did solve most of the barriers faced by the national industry. He decided on creating a network of hospitals that serves several areas of the population. The first three institutions of the hospital network he built were Barra D’Or, Copa D’Or, and Quinta D’Or. Jorge Moll serves as the chairman of the Board of Directors of Rede D’Or São Luiz.
In a bid to continue to change the face of healthcare in Brazil, Jorge Moll is advocating the Total Health Management Model. The goal of the model is to deliver health care, at a cheaper cost, without wastage.