Deirdre Baggot has been working as a hospital executive and clinician for many years, and she been a large part of payment reform in the healthcare industry. As a healthcare business strategist, she attends meetings and conferences where she adds her knowledge and experience to the conversation about improving healthcare. Baggot studied at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville and earned her Bachelor’s degree in nursing while there. She also attended Loyola University’s Quinlan School of Business in Chicago, Illinois, where she received her MBA. After finishing off these degrees, she decided to go further and eventually earned her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado in Denver. Follow Deidre Baggot on Twitter
Deirdre Baggot started out working at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and served as a staff nurse and resource coordinator while there. She also served as the manager of the hospital administration group and eventually went to work for the University of Michigan Health System. She earned awards for her leadership abilities while working at the hospital and received her Lean/Six Sigma certification. She later on went to work for the Cardiac and Vascular Institute as a senior administrator and then worked at GE Healthcare Partners in Los Angeles, California, where she served as Senior Vice President.
Deirdre Baggot has been featured on many different shows including Morning Edition, Planet Money, and All Things Considered. She has been recognized on a national level for her work with bundled payments and admits that she spends a lot of time in meetings during her workdays but that she likes to only be present when needed. When she comes up with ideas, she writes them down and then brings them to a team that helps her to better formulate the idea. While many entrepreneurs or business people waste a lot of their time by chasing down ideas in areas they are not experts in, she doesn’t waste her energy on these kinds of efforts. Instead, she spends the majority of her time focusing on the field of healthcare, which is her passion. She feels that their is plenty of room for reform in the healthcare industry and will most likely be a large part of positive changes in the field for years to come.
Anil Chaturvedi is a businessman who was born and raised in India. He is a member of the 1971 graduating class of Delhi University, earning a bachelor of art’s honors degree in economics. He then enrolled at this university’s school of business and earned an MBA in financial management in 1973. He is now the managing director of Hinduja Bank, a position he has held since November 2011.
After having graduated from college he entered the financial industry. By working his way up he became the manager of development and planning at the State Bank of India. Anil Chaturvedi was put in charge of strategic planning and marketing in regards to getting the business of non resident Indians who were living and working in the United States. Within four years he had brought in more than $500 million in new accounts and he was honored for this achievement by being given the Man of the Year award at this bank.
In 1991 he moved to the United States himself. He settled in New York City and started working for ANZ Grindlays Bank as a senior representative and vice president for American operations. His responsibility was to develop new financial products, operations, regulation and compliance issues, and developing marketing strategies. He remained in this role for two years before moving on to the banking giant Merrill Lynch where he was the managing director of their international efforts. He was responsible for generating growth in Europe, America, India, and Asia. He focused on high net worth people as a financial advisor.
Anil Chaturvedi how lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland. His duties at Hinduja Bank includes developing their corporate advisory business. This includes managing mergers and acquisitions, credit syndication, selling and/orrestructuring distressed assets, and raising capital. His particular focus is on offering services for cross border financial transactions that take place between India and the countries that make up the European Union.
Mr. David McDonald who holds a Bachelors degree in Animal Science from Iowa State University coupled with thirty years of industry experience, serves as the President and Chief Operating Officer at OSI Group, LLC, Aurora, Illinois – a global leader in protein supply. Mr. McDonald started his career as a Project Manager at OSI Group where he worked tirelessly to earn a position on the board of directors of the company. In addition to his appointment at OSI Group, he also serves as the Chairman of North American Meat Institute. Mr. David McDonald has been an Independent Director at Marfrig Global Foods S.A. since December 2008 after Marfrig Frigoríficos e Comércio de Alimentos had acquired the OSI Group operations in Europe and in Brazil.
David McDonald’s solid professional acumen and deep knowledge of industry along with his expertise in international businesses makes him successful in various positions at OSI Group. His organization has established ten Chinese facilities which handle poultry processing. These establishments service numerous well-known chain restaurants such as Yum, McDonald, Subway,Papa John’s, Burger King and Starbucks, providing them with various quality meat products that are processed into the delicious foods on their menus.
OSI Group under the direction of David McDonald has continued to exceed customer expectations, provide optimum satisfaction and enjoy upward progressing profitability even in new terrains. His ability to take charge of incumbent issues and provide solutions to them while creating dynamic and long-term business partnerships in diverse countries has contributed largely to the successes of OSI Group.
McDonald’s innate understanding of the visions and goals of the company has enabled him to be a catalyst in the exploration and utilization of arising business opportunities in the market recently acquiring Baho Food, a Dutch food processing company that operates in Germany and the Netherlands.
Three whole decades after graduating from ISU, Mr. David McDonald displays his deep sense of inclusion and patriotism by ensuring that he is actively involved with the school providing internship opportunities to students at OSI Group, contributing to the scholarship fund for deserving students and working with the schools Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative.
Chris Burch is a successful businessman that has founded or co-founded a number of retail brands that include the internationally renowned Tory Burch and C. Wonder brands. Mr. Burch has now turned his attention to the hotel and hospitality sector and is currently taking the industry by storm.
Burch and long-time hotelier James McBride partnered in 2012 to purchase a hostel on the beach of the Sumba Island of Indonesia. Following $30 million in renovations, the men were the proud owners of the 5-star Nihawatu resort. The renovations were completed in 2015.
A year later, in 2016, Travel & Leisure magazine named the Nihiwatu resort the number one hotel on the planet.
Chris Burch, while speaking with Business Jet Traveler in 2015, expressed that he went forward with the project because he was interested in making a purchase for his children that they together could preserve and give back to the local community. Chris Burch went on to explain that visitors to Nihiwatu can do things they cannot do elsewhere such as attend a spa that is built beneath a waterfall and have a personal butler in their rooms.
Chris Burch added punctuation to the interview by saying the resort has turned in to much more than he imagined before adding this is an oddity due to the fact that most things he has involved himself with have developed into less than his expectations.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Chris Burch presently splits his time between New York, Miami, and the Nihiwatu Resort.
The word Nihawatu translates to ‘mortar stone’ and was the name applied to the island by settlers that took note of the rock formation that presented themselves along the tide. The island of Nihi Sumba is also associated with an interesting story. Locals maintain that their ancestors the ‘Marupu’ were first to land on the shores of Nihiwatu. The spirit of these ancestors are said to be a friendly force that has never left the island and protects the islander’s way of life. The Marupu spirit is also said to be attractive to all who wish to visit in honor of the island’s past and present heritage of the Sumbanese people, check (Wingsjournal.com).
The medical community has been benefiting from the work of Dr. Saad Saad for over 40 years. He was originally born in Kuwait to a poor, working-class family. It was an unsure situation that left him pining for a future in medicine. He took this very seriously and eventually emigrated to Egypt in order to facilitate that dream. He enrolled at the University of Cairo, eventually graduating and moving on to an internship in Britain. His work led him even further and he took a residency for pediatric surgery in the United States. He worked there for some time until he gained the notice of the Saudi Arabian Royal family. Saudi Arabia was seeking a specialized pediatric surgeon to serve the family. They moved him to Saudi Arabia to fill this position. He had the unique perspective of speaking Arabic and English fluently, making him an easy choice in his field in addition to his exceptional work.
Now, having spent much of his life dedicating himself to the field of medicine it is reasonable to assume that he would continue to contribute to it in some major way. He has facilitated the creation of various inventions that will help ease the examination process for patients in the hospital. While some of his inventions propose major changes, it is more likely that intervention created by Dr. Saad Saad will be designed as a slight improvement on a product that is already in existence. A lot of the inventions created by Dr. Saad Saad are simple and elegant. They answer questions the doctors were not sure they even had about these products, but now they are unable to use them without the adjustments.
“The Life Saving Medical Inventions of Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon” highlights one invention that he is the creator of which is on the verge of mass production and usage. It is common knowledge that catheters are used throughout the medical world to help deliver fluids to a patient, take fluids away, and facilitate various other functions throughout the body. To confirm their place and many doctors rely on in X-ray to track them. Dr. Saad Saad believes that there was an easier way to track these devices and set out to prove it. He eventually did by inserting an electromagnetic tip into the ends of these catheters. Once this had been adjusted, the doctors would then be able to confirm the location with a small device. This device would allow them to check the location of the catheter no matter where the patient was located. Not only did this cut down on needless x-raying of the patient, but it also allowed the doctors to utilize their time with the patient effectively. The project is currently being considered by various companies.Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saad-saad-524707159/
Today, OSI Group is ranked as among the world largest food provider industry. It has employed more than 20,000 employees to work in the company’s facilities sited in 17 countries. OSI Group has raised from a humble beginning and become a large corporate in American economic history at 20th-century. It is still growing and widening internationally making it have an evolution story on the modernized global economy. The organization has roots since the turn of 20th century. Otto Kolschowsky who was German immigrant into the United States and settled in Chicago, Illinois. The quarter city was made by German population during that time. The city was thrilling as an industrial center and new immigrants entry point.
After Kolschowsky arrived in the city for two years, he opened a retail meat market that was small and a butcher shop. It served his community. The business was thriving well and after the end of world war one, he upgraded to wholesale part of the business. The business kept following that storyline after some decades. It was rebranded as Otto & Sons in late 1928.
Ray Kroc opened his first McDonald in 1955 as a restaurant and located in Des Plaines, Illinois. Before he started the restaurant, he had made an agreement with Otto Kolschowsky sons. They were the first franchise suppliers of ground beef. It was fateful development. In few years time, Kroc bought the David McDonalds where he became the Chief Executive Officer. It was the primary task for Otto & Sons to primarily supply the McDonald’s restaurants. It made the family business to ride a shotgun and they made it become world most recognizable company.
After the Otto & Sons transitioned from being regional suppliers, they formed OSI Group which is a global corporation. They even built in 1973 a plant as a dedication to McDonald’s product line with the new technology of flash freezing hamburger patties. When the retiring age of Otto sons approached, they asked partnership with Sheldon Lavin in 1975. he was already introduced to the company as investment consultant where he had played a major role during 1970 capitalization efforts.
David McDonald is the president and operating CEO of OSI group. David McDonald used to serve as the OSI industries project manager. David McDonald is also the chairman of the Meat Institute in North America. He has also been independently directing Marfrig Global Foods since 2008. David McDonald is also a member of directors in OSI Groups. he has a degree in animal science that he attained from Iowa State University.
Jacob Gotlieb is a chip off the old block with his innovative combination of expertise in economics and the field of healthcare he was the brains behind the founding of Visium Asset Management. Jocab Gotlieb is a New Yorker born of a father who was a professor in economics, and his mother worked in the field of healthcare as a pediatrician. At a tender age, Jacob Gotlieb showed his talent for business after he won a stock selection contest at his school when he was in the seventh grade. Subsequently, his father took note of his sons talent and went ahead and opened an account for investment trading for Jacob Gotlieb. In his academic path, Jacob Gotlieb had a passion for medicine and economics so he studied both disciplines in his higher education. Jacob Gotlieb attended Brown’s University and obtained a bachelor of Arts in economics. Also, Jacob Gotlieb attended NYU Medical School and even went ahead to complete his internship at the St. Vincents Hospital. However, Jacob Gotlieb settled for pursuing a career on, and he worked in the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst. Jacob Gotlieb bean trading in the year 1998 working at the Sanford C. Bernstein&Co in the field of global healthcare. Jacob later moved to Merlin Biomed Group where he stayed for a short while and joined Balyasny Asset Management(BAM). At Balyasny Asset Management, Jacob Gotlieb made a name for himself as a portfolio manager and became the top earner, and he later left BAM and launched Visium together with his team from BAM in the year 2005. Jacob Gotlieb relentlessly worked to build a name for Visium becoming one of the largest hedge fund managers with up to 170 employees. Despite the fact that the company was accused of insider trading and most of the directors in the firm were incriminated in the saga, Jacob Gotlieb walked away unscathed as his name was cleared. Jacob Gotlieb is an active participant of several community-building activities in NewYork. He contributes to Covenant House, an international charity organization that gives aid to homeless youth and was founded in 1970. Also, Jacob Gotlieb promotes the quality of education in New York through his generous contributions to Math for America. Math for America was established in the year 2004 and focuses on fostering recruitment and the retaining of teachers in the field of Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics in the schools of New York City. Jacob Gotlieb is also actively involved in the efforts of Robin Hood Foundation to fight the issue of poverty in the city of New York.
What a difference a day makes. Ditto for 365 days.. a quarter of a century.. and four decades, etc. In such spans of time entire lives may change, for better or for worse. In matters of the law it’s often said that the wheels of justice rotate extremely slowly.. that Lady Justice is blind in the court house. Or perhaps the answer lies as Barry Levinson’s directorial commentary suggests “on the street the B**** got eyes” in his award worthy film ‘Sleepers’ starring Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro, Kevin Bacon, among other Oscar level actors. But Jeff Herman, Esq.(esquire/attorney) gives credence to Hollywood’s #MeToo social media and beyond movement in the ultimate conviction of comedian Bill Cosby(B.C.). We are not the same America of yesteryear or preMalala of Pakistan or preJyotiSingh of India. We are more aware of malcreants’ modi operandi through global internet access and participation. We are less tolerant of individual mayhem through bravery of like souls. Civil litigation attorney Jeff Herman offers insight and partial resolution to institutionalized sexual abuse cases.
Money alone cannot heal. However it can provide access to modes of regaining a measure of health. Making the criminal pay financially also lends a level of mental peace, helps account for the inability to work at one’s full potential and sources opportunity to engage in activities that may help assuage the horrible, replaying images of the incident(s). Jeff takes humble pride in helping those exposed to horrendous criminal acts obtain a significant degree of justice and restitution, especially for the institutionally preventable occurrences.
Attorney Jeff Herman also brings to light the perspective of the victim. For instance, their recount may seem same sketchy, disjointed, even unbelievable. Sometimes this is due to the level of atrocity of the claims they’re detailing. Sometimes the incredulity is born of the lack of or gaps in presented details commonly acquired per the perpetrator’s act of incapacitating the victim through the use of illicit drugs. Similarly the victim feeling confused about his or her attack may even spend elective time around the presence of the predator afterwards trying to wrap their head around the possibility of this most egregious betrayal. Jeff Herman is keen to remind us that over 90% of sexual abuse victims encounter such destruction at the hands of someone they know on some level.
For instance in the case of Andrea Constand it is reported that B.C. invited her over to his home in her capacity regarding the women’s basketball team of his alma mater Temple University located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Let’s extend the interpretation. An attorney would want to know the particulars of how B.C. used those apparent connections to setup his dirty deeds. Did he phone her from a campus phone somewhat implying that he was in the presence of other Temple U. professionals during his invite? Did B.C. ever meet with her on campus under the guise of her Temple U. women’s basketball functions? Also what civil or criminal liabilities might B.C.’s wife hold regarding the matter? Perhaps his status as married allayed initial concerns of such an invite? Did B.C.’s wife make noises or conversation in the background of their phone call to make it appear like she would be present during their meeting? Were there ever any changes in their marital bed that would give a reasonable wife pause concerning his possible sexual activities aside from their own?
Most importantly where’s the justice in a perpetrator continuing to live a full life both after his offenses and after finally being convicted? Likewise where is the justice in such a monster keeping an estate versus losing all rights to any possessions for self and for spouse, family members, etc.? The past few years are not the first times some of B.C.’s 60 accusers have spoken up against him. The first serious attempts at justice occurred over 15 years ago during the early 1990’s. (?Mixup: https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-2nd-circuit/1082422.html) Who else along with Andrea Constand has he attacked since then? He hasn’t always been 80.
Vinod Gupta is a successful businessman and self-made millionaire who is helping to provide educational opportunities to others. Vinod grew up in the small town of Rampur Maniharan in India north of New Delhi and went to college at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur where he studied agricultural engineering. After graduating, he came to the U.S. to attend graduate school at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln where he continued to study agricultural engineering and business. After graduation, Vinod went to work as a marketing research analyst for the mobile home manufacturer Commodore Corporation.
While at Commodore, Gupta developed his business idea of creating an extensive list of business-to-business resources. Instead of looking through a phone book, a business could go through this list to find the resources they need for their business and find buyers who want their product. In 1972, Vinod founded American Business Information and grew the company to be valued at $500 million by 1992. In 2010, he sold his company for $680 million and is now the General Managing Partner for the venture capital and private equity firm Everest Group.
Vinod Gupta recognizes how education changed his life and wants to help others to receive the benefits a good education. He donated $1 million to Ram Rati Gupta Polytechnic, a technical school for women in his hometown. He has also funded schools for young girls in his hometown. He donated $2 million to the Institute of Technology Kharagpur to establish the Vinod Gupta School of Management, which offers an MBA and Ph.D. degrees to students in India. He even set up a $500,000 scholarship fund with the University of Nebraska to financially help minority students who want to study science or engineering. Vinod’s success as a businessman is helping him to have a lasting impact on others.
The national expansion of bundled payment (BP) was recently announced by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation will put to an end the fee paid to physicians with the largest insurer in the country. Healthcare and Medicare go hand in hand, and the commercial players in the field follow them. The bundled payment needs to be understood by the healthcare companies, and listed below are facts about the bundled payment.
Deliver everything the patients’ needs and nothing they don’t: most medical practitioners, as well as facilities, find it hard to give their patients what they want because they are tied in between their practice as well as the patient’s needs. The bundled payment will offer the drift essential to commit to developing around giving their patients what they don’t need. Physicians and the hospitals will share the savings which come from specific care. Learn more about Dairdre Baggot at Crunchbase.
Manage Change: to change the management of the bundle payment leadership competence will be required. Through accomplishment and error leaders will positively affect the expansion of the bundled payment.
Knowledge of no volume play: market exclusivity is not available in the bundled payment which is provided by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid. This means that the financial results can be a disaster if the Bundle payment does not lower the cost of care.
Know real accountability: health payment is evidence of health reform. The success of the payment will be seen when clinicians fail to adhere to the best practice as required.
Deirdre Baggot is the Vice President of Camden Group. She is primarily recognized for his expertise in bundled payment. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid appointed Ms. Baggot in 2012 to be an expert reviewer of Bundle Payment for the improvement of medical care for model 2 through 4. Deirdre Baggot has served in the pharmaceutical industry, and before she was appointed the Vice President of Camden Group, she served at Cardiac and Vascular Institute at Exempla Saint Joseph in Denver, Colorado as an administration. Ms. Baggot is a graduate of South Illinois University with a degree in nursing, and a certificate in Health Care Executive Leadership from Pennsylvania University, Wharton School. She wanted to gain more knowledge that is why she joined the University of Colorado where she graduated with Masters in Nursing as well as Loyola University Graduate School of Business, Los Angles where she graduated with a Masters Degree in Business.