Deirdre Baggot is from the united states of America specifically residing in Seattle, Washington. She went to the Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois and from there she attained her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She also attended Wharton school of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and from where she received a certificate in healthcare executive leadership. She also has attained a master’s degree in business administration from Loyola University graduate school of business in California specifically in Los Angeles, she also has a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Colorado, Denver. Currently, she is almost completing her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado, Denver and serves on the board of the Colorado organization of nurse leaders. Learn more about Dairdre Baggot at Crunchbase.
Deirdre Baggot has been at the Camden Group where she has spent 6 years as a practice leader for bundled payments and also as a senior vice president. Previously before she joined the Camden group she had spent 10years in academic healthcare, at first in the Northwestern Memorial Hospital then later at the Michigan university health system. Here, she served in the key leadership roles.
She was designated as an expert reviewer by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services for the bundle’s payments for care initiative in 2012 and was also featured on National Public Radio’s morning edition. She also served in the Acute Care Episode as a lead for bundles payment demonstration.
She has shared her knowledge and skills with quite a number of international and national organizations including; Health Care Advisory Board, Veterans’ Health Administration, the Governance Institute and Healthcare Financial Management Association on global pricing and the demonstration that took place in the Medicare Acute Care Episode and was featured in the boardroom press, the New York Times, modern healthcare, the wall street journal among other radio stations.
Deirdre Baggot has done quite a number of researches, her current one was taking the interest of healthcare payment reforms and executive decision making. In addition, she is also an author who has authored and published more than 20 papers concerning service line strategy and development, bundled payments and health care reforms. She is also a national speaker.