Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on the State of Texas, leaving many individuals without shelter, food, or even clothing. Luckily, a local business by the name of Stream Energy was there to help. The Dallas, Texas-based company has quite a large area of service and has seen significant success in their business over the past decade, placing them in a great position to help those in need. As a company who prides themselves on being deeply involved in their communities, Stream Energy is passionate about offering what help they can, when they can. REgularly partnering with other organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and The Red Cross, Stream has been able to provide a considerable amount to help those who have found themselves in need.
More recently, Stream Energy has introduced support for The Hope Supply Company, which is Dallas based, as is Stream. Seeing as one of the biggest passions of Stream has been helping those who are homeless, the partnership is beneficial to both parties, as Stream Energy team members make themselves available to help, they also gain trust and loyalty in their service areas while also having a positive impact on those areas. One project that the partnership has worked together on was a waterpark day for less fortunate children. Together with The Hope Supply Company, Stream Energy planned a full day at a water park for children of the Dallas area who were less fortunate, having been part of homeless families or otherwise consider to be in need. The teams worked together to go above and beyond in order to give the children a chance to do something that most had never done, visits a water park. Not only did the teams fund this, but they also made sure that food items were distributed to the children following the day’s adventures, ensuring that they got both the experience and supplies to help alleviate strain placed upon them by their individual circumstances.
When healthcare is the topic, it can really generate some opinions. Our healthcare system has changed dramatically over the years but there are people behind the scenes trying to make it better. Many ideas have been generated and then put into effect, attempting to tackle some of healthcare’s inefficiencies. One person who has made a real impact is Deirdre Baggot, PhD., MBA, BSN. Follow Deirdre Baggot on Instagram
WHO IS DEIRDRE BAGGOT?
I am glad you asked. Deirdre is renowned and respected among healthcare executives. She has committed herself to the healthcare industry and has been serving it for her entire career. Her work has become focused on the financials, and is known as a leader, a national expert, and an innovator. Her main contribution has been to reform healthcare and she has promoted bundled payments. As of 2012, it is estimated that one-third of the entire system used bundled payments, so her work has definitely made a difference.
A CLOSER LOOK
Deirdre received her PhD. from University of Colorado, her MBA from the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola in Chicago, and her BSN from Southern Illinois University. She worked at Northwestern Hospital and then University of Michigan Health System, leading others and applying her vast clinical and business knowledge over a 10 year period. While in her clinical roles, she helped develop patient care protocols that are currently in place. She saw an opportunity to streamline that process and made it happen.
Her career moved forward and she teamed up with GE Healthcare Partners (Senior VP, Practice Leader) but now is a business consultant. Deirdre has managed teams and millions of dollars, and her innovative ideas have generated millions in revenue. In fact, she has over 20 articles published regarding healthcare reform with bundled payments. Deirdre Baggot led CMS’s “Bundled Payment Demo for Acute Care Episode”. As you can see, she is a dedicated leader and is able to provide expert level consulting with her high level of experience and knowledge. Deirdre loves to think up new ideas and see her ideas through to fruition, and she is paving the future of healthcare. Learn more: http://www.acc.org/latest-in-cardiology/articles/2016/09/22/15/15/business-consult