Deirdre Baggot is the vice president of the Camden Group, and she is an influential specialist in matters relating to bundled payments. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services appointed her as a reviewer expert for Bundled Payments for care enhancement Initiative in 2012. Before joining the Camden Group, she served as an administrator of the Cardiac and vascular institute. In the Institute she undertook an influential role in assisting the hospital selection as an Acute Care Episode cardiovascular program provision piloting program. The Acute Care Episode selection bid is among the only four across the nation. He has shared her extensive experience and expertise with many global and national organizations such as The Government Institute, American Organization of Nurse Executives, and Health Care Advisory among others. Visit vimeo.com to know more about Baggot
She served for ten years in the academic healthcare at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and took critical leadership mandate at the University of Michigan Health System before started serving at the Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital. Deirdre Baggot is an influential speaker in the USA and an author having published over twenty articles instructing on bundled payments, Healthcare systems and reforms, physician integration. In addition to that, she published other articles on development and service line strategy. Currently,, Deridre Baggot has much interest in executive decision-making and on the healthcare payment reforms. Currently, she is undertaking her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado, and she is a member of the Board of Colorado Organization of Nurse Leaders. She has a masters from the Loyola school of business in business administration. Further, she obtained her degree in nursing from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois and earned a certificate from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Healthcare Executive Leadership. With an intensive educational background and achievement, she has developed several programs aimed at improving patient service delivery and experience.