As the head of D’Or Institute for research, Moll has had many successes in his career and the education sector. He understands the objective of schooling critically and thus has put into place the value of the few resources that are available to enable people to garner the most of the few resources. As a head in the healthcare sector, he notes that the few resources in the healthcare facilities lead to the compromised services offered in the facilities. He advocates for the coherence of both the government and the healthcare sector to enhance the delivery of the quality services to the patients.
As a motivational speaker, he notes that making the right decision is paramount in order to make the right solutions for the problems that are facing the society. He adds that the decision-making process should entail all the stakeholders in the sector of the healthcare including the patients and the private healthcare facility. According to Jorge Moll, the aim of the health sector should not be diverted from offering quality services equally to all the patients who seek the services. This would ensure an overall healthy society and similarly and overall great and productive economy.
As a doctor in the healthcare, he notes that great part of the resources of the domestic expenditure is used in the health sector. He notes that, as the ailments continue to increase due to new lifestyles and pathogens bringing new ailments, there should be a need for innovation in the health sector. Jorge Moll notes that adopting new technology would enhance efficiency in the health sector and ensure that the health of the community does not deteriorate and there is great human production.
Innovation cannot be ignored and to be a globally competitive nation; one has to buy or adopt innovative ways of conducting their services. As a person who has a passion for saving the lives of people, he advocates for transparency in all healthcare institutions to ensure that the ultimate goal of saving lives is upheld. Jorge continues to motivate ill people and the aged as they continue battling for their lives (ResearchGate).