Deirdre Baggot, Experienced Clinician

Deirdre Baggot is an experienced clinician who is an expert in payment and hospital executive. She is a business strategist and holder of several degrees. Some of her degrees include an MBA from Loyola University, a Ph.D. that she earned from the University of Colorado and a bachelor’s degree that she acquired at the University of Southern Illinois. Baggot has worked in the medical industry for years and is a payment expert that helps patients get the quality care they deserve for the pay they are making. Baggot is responsible for overhauling traditional methods of payment that were tiresome and tasking to new payment methods that are fast, effective and convenient. Baggot made this transformation because she believed that the old forms of payment were more focused on the quantity of care rather than the quality of care. With the new payment methods, Deirdre Baggot hopes that healthcare institutions can now focus on the quality of care to patients and satisfy them. View Slideshare.com to learn more

Deirdre Baggot has implemented the streamlined approach as a mode of payment which focuses on all the issues in healthcare institutions regarding payments. Baggot with her expertise and knowledge, advice healthcare institutions to adopt the bundled system of payment in healthcare delivery. This type of payment is effective, and it has an array of benefits and implementation strategies. According to Deirdre Baggot, the Affordable Care Act is not adequate as they affect how patients pay their bills. Baggot attests it might take a while for organizations to forgo the old payment methods and adopt the new ones because each healthcare institution has its problems that it faces in regards to payments. Baggot believes that she can help organizations make this transformation by locating areas that need attention and finding solutions to them. The quality of healthcare delivered is bound to improve if the new payment methods are adopted.

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Whitney Wolfe Fights Against Dominating Men


Whitney Wolfe has been fighting a good fight recently and protecting her company against evil. Her company Bumble, which is a dating and networking app, put out a full-page advertisement inside the New York Times saying “Believe Women” meaning that people should believe women who say they have been victims of sexual violence. Bumble, although a new company less than four years old, has 40 million users and is worth an estimated 1 billion dollars and Whitney Wolfe, the founder and CEO, has a stake of 230 million dollars. Bumble also made a corresponding donation of 25,000 dollars to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network. She has said “It is an important moment to remember that for too long, women have been preceived as less. Whether that is in believing them or respecting them or honoring them or investing them or paying them. Enough is enough. Connect with Whitney Wolfe by visiting her linkedin account.

Here we are as this company with profitability. Not every woman has the ability to take a full page ad out and share what they want to say. It is on us to use our voice in a constructive way.” In the past Bumble has also taken a stance on another controversial issue. The company banned pictures of guns from profile pictures in March and donated 100,000 to March for Our Lives, which was an anti-gun violence rally organized by the survivors after the Parkland, Florida high school shooting where 17 people were killed. Whitney Wolfe has also had to protect her company against evil on another front. Neo-nazis posted photos and phone numbers of Bumble’s staff encouraging people to harass them and the FBI stepped in and took them down. “Misogyny is a very dangerous thing and there are a lot of people that still believe in it,” said Whitney Wolfe, who now employs a bodyguard and has already full-time security at her company’s offices. “It’s a very alive mysogynistic moment in America right now.”

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