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Vote for Kelvin Baggett, MD, as one of 50 Most Influential Physician Executives

Jan 24, 2014

Every year, Modern Healthcare selects 50 of the most influential physician executives in America based in part on votes from people like you.

This year we are honored to announce that Dr. Kelvin Baggett, Tenet’s SVP of clinical operations and chief clinical officer, is among the top physician executives and is on the final ballot. We want to see him get the recognition he deserves as an industry thought-leader and we need your help. Please cast your vote today and help us encourage other colleagues and friends to vote.

Voting is now underway.  Simply click here to cast your ballot.

Voting is open through Friday, Feb. 14. You can only vote once per workstation, so be sure to vote from your home and work computers as well as your mobile device. The list of top 50 physician executives will be published on May 12.

About Dr. Baggett:

Dr. Kelvin Baggett serves as the senior vice president of clinical operations and chief clinical officer at Tenet Healthcare. Together with Britt Reynolds, president of hospital operations, Dr. Baggett co-leads strategies to enhance Tenet’s position as a leading provider of high value care and services. He is also responsible for improving and integrating care across the care continuum, evaluating clinical technologies and providing leadership on where clinical capital is deployed. Dr. Baggett is a member of the Tenet Executive Leadership Team and reports directly to Trevor Fetter, Tenet’s president and chief executive officer.

Previously, Dr. Baggett served as Tenet’s chief medical officer, overseeing the efforts to improve clinical outcomes and the efficiency associated with achieving those outcomes in all Tenet inpatient and outpatient settings.

Prior to joining Tenet, Dr. Baggett served as vice president of clinical strategy and chief operating officer of the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) Clinical Services Group, a leadership team focused on developing and executing strategies to improve quality, safety and clinical performance throughout HCA’s inpatient and outpatient facilities.