The Professional Life of Deirdre Baggot

Deirdre Baggot is a well-known name in the health care payment reform. She holds a Ph.D., MBA, BSN and she lives in Denver, Colorado area. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She went ahead to Loyola University’s Quinlan SCHOOL OF Business in Chicago, Illinois where she managed to get her MBA. For her PhD, she went to the University of Colorado in Denver. Visit on her twitter for more updates.

In 1997 Deirdre Baggot started her career at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She worked as a resource coordinator, acted as the manager to the hospital administration group and a staff nurse as well. After staying with the hospital for around six years, she saw it fit for her to move on to Ann Arbor, Michigan where she joined the Health System of the University of Michigan. For the organization, she worked as an administrative administrator and business analyst. After working for three years, Ms. Baggot was accorded with an award for her excellent leadership in safety where she also earned herself a Lean/Sigma certification.

In 2006 Ms. Baggot set out for Denver, Colorado where she became an executive administrator at the Cardiac and Vascular Institute which is a subsidiary part of the SCL Health. She was responsible for 450 people in the company and was tasked with payer contracting, acquisitions, marketing, recruiting among many more. She was the organization for four years during which period she added 11 clinical locations and was able to add more people to the organization. This became part of her major additions and included other significant accomplishments.

Using this experience,she was able to get herself a position in Los Angeles as the GE Healthcare Partners in La California. In the chair of an executive vice president, she concentrated on the healthcare payment system. One of her endeavors saw her start a new payment consulting organization which accumulated $6.6 million in annual earnings.

Deirdre Baggot has been given a place in major NPR shows throughout her career. She once received an invite to be the Chair for the National Bundled Payment Summit which sought to find out solutions for the issues that were to be found in the surrounding payments in the industry of health. Read more: