Having excellent ideas in medicine, Jorge Moll observed that Rio de Janeiro, a city well known as the center of medicine was soon scrambling and losing its trajectory in medicine. This was when he realized he had to come up with a serious solution and founded the Rede D’Or São Luiz network where he is the chairman of the Board of Directors. The network rose from an examination center to a network of 32 hospitals in Brazil with great expertise in serving their patients. He leads his team building a strong hospital management team and ensuring they had the trending technologies in hospitals that would help them deliver quality services. Follow Jorge Moll on Linkedin.
He majored in performing tests, but in the early stages, they lacked quality diagnosis because the hospitals were mostly public. Jorge Moll was determined to serve many suffering patients even outside Rio city, and this is when he launched the network of hospitals to reach as many as possible by providing perceived and technical quality that would help retain more patients. He faced many challenges but was not discouraged as there was little profits and those making money were the operators who made money through consultations but gave less to the hospitals.
During the Brazil economic crisis, many citizens were unable to sustain the health plans and opted to quit the plans which worsened the situation. Being a cardiologist and businessman, Jorge Moll enrolled a new medical plan to the public called the Total Health Management Model which his main goal was to provide appropriate healthcare services at a low cost. With the plan, they have been able to help many patients. They established a brokerage firm and marketed its services and many clients registered. Their major goal up to date is to serve many patients and help the partners who have helped them grow. The operators can understand more on patient’s treatment pathways from the lower level to high levels of complexity. Watch this video on youtube.com.
Jorge Moll said that the network had been able to provide excellent services to the patients who in turn became loyal. They use medical auditors from the hospitals without affecting the quality of services, applying the high cost managed protocols that facilitate unable patients receive treatment and using the DMI and selected experts from High complexity. Jorge Moll says that the model offers total control of the patients while at the same time offering quality treatment services.