Deirdre is an excellent renowned healthcare business strategist as well as an expert in healthcare financial accounting. She accredits her carrier success to the vast knowledge she acquired through academics. Deirdre holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Colorado based in Denver. She has an MBA from Loyola University’s Quinlan School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree of arts in nursing.
Deirdre Baggot started working in 1997 at the Northwest Memorial Hospital. This was her first career; she took up the roles of a staff nurse, a resource coordinator and administration of the hospital group. After 6years of work at the Northwest Hospital, she relocated to Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she worked for the University of Michigan health system. Her interest, passion, and curiosity for her carrier lead her to move back to Denver, Colorado as a senior administrator of the cardiac and vascular institute of SCL health. She worked hard to serve people in the organization, helping at least 500 people. Learn more about Deirdre Baggot at Ideamensch
Baggot managed to grow the revenue of the health care by implementing new strategies such as improved business development, new marketing strategies, acquiring better facilities and recruiting more staff. Deirdre Baggot left Michigan health Systems after four years of positive input to join GE Healthcare. At GE Healthcare she grew the revenue to $6.6 million out of her numerous projects through improving the healthcare payment systems.
Deirdre Baggot is named that will forever be associated with a positive legacy, she introduced her programs to over 200 hospitals around the country, and the implementation of her unique ideas has gone a long way to improve hospital operations. She believed in selfless leadership, relentless hard work and making her clients her priority. Deirdre grew up in a family with a medical background, her father was an anesthesiologist while her brother was an OB, she got her medical drive and motivation form both family members, she worked with her father and brother from an early age to earn money for her summer camp.
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As the owner of DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani has always believed that “you get out what you put in.” Although he has been immensely successful in business, he realizes that this principle applies to every aspect of life, not just one’s chosen profession. Either way, you don’t become as successful as he has overnight. Indeed, it had been his dream to start some iteration of DAMAC Properties for quite a long time.
In his younger days, Hussain Sajwani worked as a vendor providing catering services to people working in the energy fields in Abu Dhabi during the 1980s. For many it would have been a respectable line of work. But Mr. Sajwani knew he could do better. That is how DAMAC Properties was born. Although his food business had contracts with the US Army, Sajwani looked around himself and pondered for a number of years what his next move should be. The property developer knew that his family had dabbled in real estate in Dubai, and so the seeds were planted for the founding of DAMAC Properties in 2002. The best way to sum it up is that Hussain Sajwani (@HussainSajwaniOfficial) went for broke, and he did so in a grand fashion. Although DAMAC Properties was a new company in 2002, it built top-of-the-line developments with only the best tastes in mind, marketing them aggressively. The company did well, and because of Mr. Sajwani’s guidance they were able to navigate the property crash in Abu Dhabi in 2008.
Mr. Sajwani is also proud of the relationships he cultivated over the years, and he realizes that it is only through consistency that many of these partnerships are able to flourish. Indeed, he even runs in the same circles as U.S. President Donald Trump. He is proud of the fact that he built the Trump International Golf Course in Dubai. Even the president realizes he did solid work. Trump recently called Hussain’s family “the most beautiful people” during a recent speech. It’s also probably because he was recently noted for donating 2 million AED in a campaign to close 50,000 needy children around the world. Giving back is important to Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties. After all, it yet again circles back to his main core principle: you get out what you put in.
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