Jorge Moll is a renowned businessman in Brazil. He is a cardiologist by proffession, and the owner and chairman of the Board of Directors of D’Or hospital network. This is by no doubt the largest privately owned, hospital network with 32 hospitals in Brazil.
According to Moll, in a Trends and Innovation in Health seminar held in early 2017, the hospital started as an examination institution in Rio de Janeiro before exploding to become the largest group of hospitals in the country. Having lived in the region, he had observed how the health sector in Rio de Janeiro city had deteriorated over the years, something which was affecting the population in the area. This illustrated to him the need of the city for a network of hospitals meant to serve the entire population thus established the first three institutions there. He further said that though they started with a lot financial struggles, the great will become the driving force enabling them to beat all the odds and rising above. Learn more about Jorge Moll at Google Scholar.
Moll said that with the economic crisis facing the country, there was a necessity of looking for an alternate way of bettering the health plans, which has over time been abandoned, with many people migrating to SUS. He presents the model of change, which is supposed to help every other “serious and respected” health care provider deliver an affordable health care, if only they would join hands with him.
With a brokerage incorporated in the plan, and with the collaboration of D’Or hospital network, they intended to help the operators get an understanding of the hospitals operations, rising the hospital standards and elaborating the patient’s treatment. Moll felt that most operators were still in the mystery of the patients treatment in their facilities, and neither did they offer any intensive follow-up up them, something that he believed they needed to have a knowledge of. Read more about Jorge Moll at crunchbase.com.
Jorge Moll strongly sentimented that Brazil was in dire need of entrepreneurial minded leaders, who will not only win the market but also stir up more entrepreneurs for the betterment of Brazil. It was time that Brazil stopped relying on only a few entrepreneurs, which was nothing less of a risky game.