Deirdre Baggot is a very influential professional in the healthcare industry since she graduated from Southern Illinois University and the Business School of Loyola University of Chicago, Illinois.
Deirdre Baggot is currently a PhD and a BSN in Colorado and became an expert business administrator and manager in the healthcare industry, having years of experience with bundled payments, merging and acquisition as well as talent recruiting.
Bundled payments have been around the healthcare industry for a while, being a way for the paying individual to remit the payment for the treatment services received by a care institution. It can happen if the institution’s services are less expensive than the pre-determined price, it can mean that the professionals involved may get paid more. Connect with Deirdre Baggot by visiting her linkedin account.
In October of 2018, Deirdre Baggot discussed the bundled payments and what is commonly referred to as the “next Alternative Payment Model” event for Medicare and Medicaid.
These alternative payment models are highly crucial for the industry as it includes the quality and the cost of the reimbursement and the treatment.
This quality payment program aims to repeal the sustainable growth rate formula and change how the company is rewarding their employees. They will start giving bonuses for the participation in these alternative payment models, being an excellent initiative for the company.
Deirdre Baggot has a lot of experience with the business side of the industry, having worked at the hospital Northwest Memorial Hospital as a resource coordinator.
After this role, Deidre moved in to work at the University of Michigan as a manager and administrator of the health system of the Uni. She maintained that position for a couple of years and then left to move back to Denver, where she got a job at the Cardiac and Vascular Institute. With the years of experience and extensive background with the management aspect of the healthcare industry, she entered the company as a senior manager.
With the Institute, Deirdre received most of her initial recognition from news sources and other businesses because of the rapid growth that the company experienced with Deirdre under the management of the firm. Having acquired knowledge about talent acquisition and marketing, she managed to help the Institute of Colorado inaugurate more than five different clinics.