Deirdre Baggot is a well-accomplished woman with a host of letters following her name to prove this fact. Ms. Baggot holds a bachelor’s of science in nursing degree, has received her MBA and is a PH.D.
Dr. Baggot has accumulated a wealth of work experience as both a clinician as well as a hospital executive. She has also been hailed as a pioneer of sorts for her work with bundled payments as a result of the leadership she displayed with CMS Acute Care Episode. View Deirdre Baggot’s profile at Linkedin
Deirdre has also been praised for her ability to develop and maintain productive relationships with clients, designing and implementing programs at large hospitals that have improved the experience of patients, and lowering operational costs of the institutions for whom she has performed executive duties.
The national recognition Ms. Baggot has received regarding her expertise with bundled payments has resulted in her being requested for numerous speaking engagements events by the American Heart Association, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Innovation Summit, and many more. In addition to this, Ms. Baggot has authored more than 20 published works discussing bundled payments, the current trends in payment transformation, and reforms in healthcare.
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a graduate of Louisiana State University. He specialized in emergency Medicine. He currently works in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital since 2012. Tallahassee hospital is based in Florida. He is licensed to practice medicine by various bodies. For example American Board of Emergency Medicine. He has a license to work in Florida and Los Angeles. To make the payments more convenient and improve the patient’s experience, he accepts various insurance programs. Such plans include Aetna, Medicare and First Health. He helps many clients as he can also speak in Spanish.
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is mostly involved in treating patients brought to the emergency rooms with injuries. Despite the urgency from the emergency situations that arise, he is always composed and compassionate towards the patients as most of them are often in pain. Some of the most common cases in an emergency room include cardiac distress, trauma and fractures in some body parts. In his 6 years of practice, he has saved many lives as some of the patients are brought to the hospital in a critical condition.
The doctors in the emergency rooms have very little time to diagnose and prescribe the right treatments. Many of his patients have appreciated his good work. One of them narrated how he found himself struggling to breath and coughing and was taken to Dr. Eric Forsthoefel. He was very understanding and gave the patient a chance to talk about his condition. To give the right prescription, the doctor went through his medical history thoroughly. The patient explains how the doctor kept visiting him to check whether the condition was improving from time to time. He monitored the patient for about 6 hours before discharging him. According to the patient, he was pleased by the doctor’s desire to help despite the many other cases he had to deal with in the emergency room.
He made a personal effort to see that the patient received the right prescription for quick recovery. Before leaving the hospital, he engages the patients in a personal talk to emphasize on the need to take charge of their health.
Imagine getting all of your prescription drugs from Amazon. No more trips to the pharmacy, delivery right to your doorstep and even significant savings over what you pay now.
Well, it may soon be possible because industry insiders recently revealed that Amazon is seeking pharmaceutical licenses in several states. The news sent shock waves not just through the pharmaceutical industry, but across the entire healthcare spectrum. When Amazon gets involved in any business sector – things change – dramatically.
As a possible reaction to the rumblings about Amazon, the pharmacy giant CVS may be seeking to absorb Aetna, the behemoth health insurance provider.
Why would CVS make this move? It’s not just to hedge its position against possible competition from the likes of Amazon. Health care industry watchers say that the future of companies in health care may rely on “owning customers” through all phases of their journey through the medical system, from first visit to a doctor, to getting treatment, to buying a prescription drug and finally the insurance that pays for it.
Healthcare IT entrepreneur Drew Madden is keeping a keen eye on what the likes of CVS and Amazon are doing in the healthcare realm. Madden is a managing partner of Evergreen Healthcare Partners. The company provides cutting-edge IT services to a variety of healthcare organizations across the country. The company provides implementation and advisory services across a variety of EHR platforms.
Drew Madden, who holds a B.S.E. in industrial engineering degree from the University of Iowa College of Engineering, says a key factor is making health care more efficient, cost effective and patient focused lies in medical records management.
Drew Madden and his associates are the insider industry professionals that play integral roles in developing the nuts-and-bolts, high-tech infrastructure aspects that will bolster entities — be it Aetna, CVS or Amazon — toward achieving corporate goals as defined by their respective managements.
Madden said he is passionate about the process of “building high caliber teams” and “unique company cultures” that are anchored by trusted partnerships. Madden served as president of Nordic Consulting Partners from 2011 to 2016 before joining Evergreen Healthcare Partners.