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Deirdre Baggot Has Seen Success In Healthcare

Deirdre Baggot is one of the most well-known experts in her industry when it comes to healthcare payment reform. She earned her BA in nursing from Southern Illinois University, a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Colorado, and an MBA from Loyola University. Her education goes alongside many years of experience in healthcare in different roles.

In 1997, she took her first position in healthcare at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. There, she had many different responsibilities including manager of a hospital administration group, resource coordinator, and staff nurse. 6 years later, she made a big move to Michigan after getting married. She had grown attached to her team at Northwestern Memorial Hospital but was excited about the opportunity to work for the University of Michigan. Learn more about her career in healthcare on CrunchBase

She was able to meet a lot of different people within the healthcare industry before getting into consulting and this network is one of the factors in her success. People knew that Deirdre Baggot had the experience in healthcare to answer their questions and come up with a plan for their practice. While theory is important, real-world experience is much more valuable when it comes time to put strategies into practice.

When she went into healthcare, she was never expecting to go into consulting. She said that it kind of happened by accident in a way after her CEO informed her he was moving on and asked if she wanted to come along. In 2010, she moved to healthcare management consulting and has been working in the same field ever since.

After getting her degree in nursing, she began to study business as well. Her mentors encouraged Deirdre Baggot to pursue a leadership position and this turned out to be a great move for her. She had already been in leadership roles when she finished her Ph.D. and the encouragement from her former CEO changed her career forever.

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Waiakea Volcanic Water is Good for the Body and Planet

Bottled water has become not just a popular trend but a necessity in many countries. Most supermarkets have entire isles dedicated to every type of bottled water imaginable from natural spring water, to mineral water, carbonated water, distilled water and many more. With so many options to choose from there is certainly a type of bottled water that can quench any thirst or craving. So what makes one brand standout from the rest in a world where bottle water is a dime a dozen?


Waiakea Water is a new and innovative bottled water company based in the tropical state of Hawaii. At first glance this bottled water holds a luscious hue of aquamarine and its Hawaiian title “Wai akea” literally translates to “broad waters” adding to the Hawaiian spirit of this water. Aesthetics aside what really makes Waiakea water special is that it’s filtered through 14,000 feet of volcanic rock of the Mauna Loa volcano. The result is a higher alkaline water with a ph of about 8.8 making it a powerful antioxidant with added electrons that can increase energy and remove internal toxins.

Waiakea Water is not only great for the consumer’s health but for the environment as well. With the amount of bottled water being consumed every year consistently rising, plastic related pollution is on the rise as well. Not all those empty plastic water bottles end up at local recycling centers, unfortunately only about 23% of plastic water bottles are recycled. Waiakea Water has taken this into consideration and has created a fully degradable bottle which is more beneficial for the environment compared to the average bottle which takes about 1000 years to fully degrade.

Additionally, Waiakea Water looks out for local communities by using low-emission delivery vehicles, donating some of their proceeds to local communities, and providing water to people in need. Healthy water and a healthy contribution back to the environment and community makes Waiakea Water rise above the rest in the bottled water industry.

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