Deirdre Baggot Leading Bundled Payments

Bundled payments has gained some buzz in the medical and healthcare industries. Executives working in these industries are always striving to create more effective ways to create bundled payments for patients. Deirdre Baggot is a leading executive in the healthcare industry.

Deirdre Baggot has an extensive educational background. She has a PhD, MBA and a BSN. She led the bundled payment division for CMS Acute Care Episode. She has also managed and developed growth strategies for consulting companies. She has helped consulting companies to create innovative forms of payment. Additionally, she has also worked for advisory forms to help them create a more effective bundled payment system. Find out more about Baggot at Beckers Hospital Review

She has worked to create client relationships between medical facilities and patients. She worked to assist over two hundred hospitals to design and implement bundled payment systems into their business operations. Her work with bundled payments has helped decrease costs for patients. Not only do these savings effect patients but they also allow medical professionals and hospitals to lower costs. She advises senior level executives on their healthcare systems.

Her advisory work has led her to advising and guiding major organizations on bundled payments. She has worked for Medicaid and Medicare services. Her worth for these services and healthcare companies alike have caused her to be recognized on a national level. When she is not advising large corporations and organizations on creating and implementing bundled payments, she is speaking on these payments at major national conferences. She has made speaking engagements for the American Heart Association, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Innovation Summit, American College of Healthcare Executives and the Bundled Payment Summit.

Deirdre Baggot believes the healthcare industry has a bright future with the new trend of wearables. She loves how wearables get patients active and engages them with their health. She will believe wearables will ignite patients on learning more about their health and hopefully will cause more responsibility in the medical community since the third cause of deaths in the United States is because of medical errors. Along with bundled payments, the healthcare expert sees a brighter future for patients everywhere.

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