Deirdre Baggot Bundles Payment and Reduces Costs

Deirdre Baggot has successfully fulfilled the position as a pioneer for bundled payments in the healthcare field while working as a hospital executive and clinician. She has managed to develop client relationships as well as design programs and strategies for 200 hospitals and 60 bundles. Bundled payment is compensation to health care providers for expected costs of clinically prescribed incidents. It is the most optimal payment plan between fee-for-service payment and capitation. Her efforts have helped to improve the patient experience and clinical outcomes at a decreased cost which benefit doctors and nurses the same way. Read more about Deirdre Baggot on crunchbase

Deirdre Baggot is serious about the work she does saying to be more productive she turns down specific meetings and phone calls. She also does extensive research before implementing an idea and shows it to someone intelligent before bringing it to fruition. Her number one piece of advice would always be to remain the hardest working person in the room and exclaims that dating is a waste of time.

Deidre Baggot has written 20 papers on bundled payments, payment transformation and healthcare reform. For 10 years, she served in leadership roles at the University of Michigan Health System and Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She has received national recognition for her work regarding healthcare reform. She has served as the keynote speaker at many medical conferences including the American Heart Association and the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Baggot currently serves as senior vice president and practice leader for bundled payments at The Camden Group. The Camden Group is one of the leading healthcare business advisory firms. Its consulting services enable organized responses to the dynamic healthcare environment. Deirdre Baggot is innovative in payment reform and has made a living in changing the system. Her efforts within the medical industry have been supported by many and proven to be effective. The Affordable Care Act shows that having a consistent source of health care reduces mortality rates and promotes overall well-being. The bundled payment strategy incentivizes health care professionals to prevent doctor’s office and hospital visits while the fee-for-service model supports further treatment and testing that can be harmful. Learn more: https://vimeo.com/101082351