Deirdre Baggot attended the Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. He graduated from the institution with a B.Sc. Degree in Nursing. Shortly after earning her nursing degree, Baggot joined the Loyola University’s Quinlan School of Business that is situated in Chicago. She received her MBA from this institution. Baggot later studied at the University of Colorado; she earned a PhD. from this institution.
Peers in the healthcare industry, refer to Baggot as an experienced business strategist, and her exceptional track record speaks for itself. After graduating from Boston University, Baggot settled within Boston in 2006, and she is there to date. Most people know Deirdre Baggot is the brain behind the transformation of the payment system across most American hospitals. She introduced the bundled payment system which is currently being embraced by numerous healthcare institutions across America. Keep up to date ECGMC Thought Leadership
Deirdre Baggot began her career in 1997. The first position she held was as a resource coordinator while also being a staff nurse. Shortly after, Baggot assumed the position of manager at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She diligently served the firm for more than half a decade before making a move to Ann Abor medical facility that is situated in Michigan.
While serving at Ann Abor, Baggot got the opportunity of joining the University of Michigan Health System. Baggot was entrusted with different positions at Ann Abor. Some of the positions she served in include analyst and administrative manager.
On her return to Denver Colorado, Baggot was hired to the position of Administrator at the Cardiac and Vascular Institute; a subsidiary of SCL Health. Her leadership skills came to the test while serving as an Administrator in this institution (Cardiac and Vascular Institute) where she was tasked with leading more than 450 members of staff. Other than being an executive administrator, Baggot was also responsible for various critical areas such as business and strategy development.