Deirdre Baggot is a healthcare business strategist based out of Denver, Colorado. She studied at Southern Illinois University and earned a bachelors degree in nursing. She also went to Loyola University School of Business in Chicago Illinois for her MBA. The University of Colorado is where she attend her PhD. Deirdre Baggot started her career in 1997 at Northwestern Memorial. At this hospital she was the resource coordinator and nurse of staff. While here she also served as the manager of hospital administration. Deirdre would stay with the hospital for six years and proceeded to relocate in Ann Arbor Michigan to join Michigan University’s Health System. During her stay at MHS she was the business analyst and also held the position of Administrative Manager. Her hard work-ethic and compassion earned her the award for outstanding leadership. Read more articles by Deirdre Baggot at Researchgate.
During 2006 Baggot moved to Denver Colorado, becoming The administrator for the Cardiac and Vascular Institute. She led a team of over 450 people while at the institution. some of the objectives she filled were: paid contracting, marketing and business development to name a few. She would stay with the company for four years; opening up 11 new clinic locations before moving on.
Deidre Williams then moved to Los Angeles, California. It was here she became the Senior vice president at GE Healthcare Partners. She has made numerous appearances in PR shows throughout her career. She states that the Affordable Care Act Policy has created better results. This act gives Americans easier access to preventative care and urgent care as well. She also mentions that healthcare administrators shouldn’t go with their gut but instead make changes based on careful consideration. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deirdre-m-baggot-phd-53b11824