Deirdre Baggot

Deirdre Baggot is among the most respected professionals in the alternative payment and bundled payments model in the healthcare industry. She is an administrator, payment expert, and business strategist. Previously he has served as the leader of the Bundled Payments at ECG Management Consultants. She has also assisted numerous large national employers in the development and implementation of value-based payments.

Before she joined ECG Management Consultants, Baggot was a Senior Vice President as well as practice leader for bundled payments at Camden Group for six years. She also spent about 10 years in the academic healthcare where he served both at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital as well as the University of Michigan Health System. In both places, he held senior leadership positions where she was recognized for her outstanding leadership skills in safety. As a result, she earned Lean/Sigma certification. Find out more about Baggot at Beckers Hospital Review

Deirdre Baggot was a consultant during the design of New York Medicaid where she recommended the implementation of bundled payments in the program. She was also an expert reviewer of CMS for the Bundled Payments for Care Initiative. She also served as the lead for the Acute Care Episode Bundled Payment Demonstration

She is considered as a respected voice in the topic of bundled payments, health reforms and alternative payment models. To this end, she has written and published over 20 publications and papers on the subjects of payment transformation, healthcare reform and bundled payment. He expertise on the subjects has seen her been featured on All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Planet Money shows by the National Public Radio

Baggot attended the Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois graduating with a bachelor in Nursing. She then joined the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University graduating with a master’s in business administration. She is now pursuing her PhD AT THE University of Colorado in Denver.

Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deirdre-m-baggot-phd-53b11824

 

Paul Herdsman

Paul Herdsman as a prominent entrepreneur who understands perfectly what it takes when starting up a venture. Paul Herdsman is the Co-founder and COO of NICE Global. The organization, located in Jamaica, offers strategic business solution services. The institution looks forward to helping other companies to lower their overhead costs, gain customer retention, and increase revenue. He also co-founded ATS Digital in February 2014 and used to be its Chief Operating Officer.

 

It is easy to determine a business that has a brighter future within the first less than four years. Paul Herdsman gained knowledge of the right strategies during his quest to be successful to have the Global company prosper in the competitive market. Throughout a successful career Paul Herdsman has developed a plethora of corporate wisdom that he expresses in the article “12 Successful Tips for Entrepreneurs”.

 

When starting up a business, you should have the following values;

 

  • Have a Positive Attitude

The secret to have a good life and be successful in all you do is to have positive thoughts at all time. Positive thinking opens chance for you to solve problems more comfortably, requires you to have more energy, and be a quick thinker. Always be grateful to every situation you find yourself, and you will be able to improve your positivism.

 

  • Learn to Take Risks

No one knows what is going to turn up when entering into a business. One has to take that step of faith and be positive about what is going to happen after that. The journey of entrepreneurship is about risk-taking, and you gather relevant information and assess the risks involved as a good entrepreneur.

 

  • Have an Achievable Goal

When starting a business, as an excellent business person, Paul Herdsman claims, you should be having a clear vision of what you think the venture should look like in the next like five to ten years. The right concept of your business should guide you when caught up in a difficult situation.

 

  • Make the Right Team

You need the right team around you to help you achieve your goals since you cannot do everything alone. The people around you can determine whether you will succeed in your business or not. Be around people who can propel your achievement by encouraging you in your time of challenge and prosperity.

 

  • Learn from Your Mistakes

In entrepreneurship, failing is common. Successful people in business are those who do not quit after failing but they persist. Learn from your previous mistakes to make an improvement.

 

Check out his interview with Ideamensch on: https://ideamensch.com/paul-herdsman/