Deirdre Baggot has worked in the healthcare field for many years. She has served as a nurse. Also, she has served in executive and advisory roles where she has been in charge of putting on programs for payment reform. Because of her success in the way of payment reform, many people in her field have sought out her expertise. Deirdre Baggot has spoken at a number of conferences. Also, various committees have taken her advice on a regular basis. She is definitely a shining star in her field, and she is one of the biggest, most well-known people.
She has a number of college degrees and certificates. Her Bachelor in Science in Nursing was earned at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She earned her MBA at the Qunilan School of Business at Loyola University Chicago. At the University of Colorado Denver she earned her Doctor of Philosophy PHD. Her Healthcare Executive Leadership certificate was earned at the Wharton School. The Lean Healthcare Certificate was earned at University of Michigan. So, she is a qualified nurse, business woman and philosopher—all around qualities that qualify her for her role in society. Follow Deirdre on Instagram
Aside from being a native English speaker,she also speaks Spanish.
The companies that she has worked at include: GE Healthcare Partners, ECG Management Consultants and SCL Health.
After having lived in various parts of the United States, Deirdre Baggot currently works in the Denver Metropolitan Area. However, she is the Senior Vice President of The Camden Group—a company that is based in El Segundo, California.
Baggot is especially cognizant of bundled payments. She has pushed this concept in an attempt to make the healthcare system more efficient for facilities and patients. Because of her intense amounts of expertise, she has been invited to speak at various conferences, including: Innovation Summit, American College of Healthcare Executives, American Heart Association, Pay-For-Performance Summit, Medtronic, Bundled Payment Congress and SAS.
One of her best ideas that she has brought to life is the checklist. Checklists are useful because they can be tailored to each type of patient. The idea of the checklist came to her mind due to her experiences as a nurse.