In Brazil, medicine is slowly becoming better, updated, more well-developed, and this is thanks to researchers and doctors that are improving the reach of the Brazilian medicine. How are they doing that?
The cardiologist Jorge Moll spoke about his visions for the future of medicine in Brazil. According to the entrepreneur, businessman, philanthropist and renowned cardiologist, technology is, more than ever, walking hands-by-hands with the national medicine. More and more, the use of high-tech machinery, analyzers, sensors, and even the use of smartphones and tablets to increase the comfort of the patients, all of these factors are becoming more present in what you can expect from a visit to the doctor.
As a cardiologist, technology is one of the most important aspects of Jorge Moll’s work. High-tech sensors have improved the work of the doctor drastically, as they allow for quicker and easier-to-analyze diagnosis in real-time (https://globoplay.globo.com/v/6198243/). Jorge Moll has stated himself that the arrival of new tools is always a time to celebrate, because of the many opportunities that technology can open. New therapies and treatments are always in the corner, and technology allows for national professionals in distinct fields to also devote themselves to research, something that Brazil was definitely lacking.
Jorge Moll Neto, hold very dearly by his co-workers and patients, is also the co-founder of one of the biggest hospital networks in Brazil: The D’Or hospital chain (Diasdacruz).
As one of the most respected and influential professionals in the field, Jorge Moll Neto has stated, with extreme confidence, that the future for Brazilian medicine lies in the use of updated technology and in maintaining the high-quality teaching in medical education.
Brazil already has some of the best Universities in Latin America, like USP (University of São Paulo) and Unicamp (University of Campinas), two of the most renowned Schools of Medicines that the continent can offer. It is just a matter of time until these great students are paired up with the best technology available, and medicine can progress to new treatments and therapies.
Jorge Moll is currently the owner of the biggest chain of Hospitals in the national territory.