More than anything Dianne Montgomery has the skills and experience to help virtually any organization in any industry to become compliant and stay there. She can also help them prevent unnecessary investigations, which can sometimes interfere with both productivity and efficacy.Dianne Montgomery maintains a strong belief that this is presently a great time to be part of the healthcare industry, which is why she likes to stay up-to-date with new developments in healthcare technology , as well as with how current regulations are working with it. There have been a great many major innovations in the space, especially when it comes to privacy and security, and she feels we have only just begun to enter a new era in healthcare.
When it comes to managing compliance, which is her primary job, Dianne Montgomery’s experience has included far more than just healthcare. She has managed to gain significant experience and knowledge in a great many fields when it comes to regulatory compliance issues. She knows well that data in the wrong hands can be devastating, but so can the agencies charged with enforcing laws and regulations.
Nowadays, Dianne Montgomery channels her strong interest in healthcare technology and innovation into her role as a Compliance Officer with specialties in the fields of healthcare-life sciences, technology, and personal data. She also has a hand in risk intelligence and enterprise compliance, as well, because she likes the challenge of complex balance between privacy and security, especially in today’s constantly evolving regulatory environment. In her spare time, Dianne volunteers at an animal shelter because she cares about them. However, when she isn’t helping to save animals, she is helping to save kids, doing volunteer work with inner city youth in Philadelphia.
As part of her career as a compliance officer in the healthcare field, Dianne Montgomery conducts investigations, performs computer forensics, and engages in eDiscovery projects. Among many other activities. That said, unlike many others in her profession, she also responds to specific incidents and takes corrective action when necessary. She also tends to takes the lead on audits by federal agencies and leads the way on all disclosures that become necessary.
If that’s not enough, Dianne Montgomery also navigates organizational issues and takes protective action against breaches and maintains appropriate and fruitful relationships with relevant regulators. Since Dianne has been doing this type of work for a long time, she tends to be trusted by many. Her past experience includes significant time working for the University of Pennsylvania, a major research hospital, but it also includes her considerable time doing compliance work with Fortune 500 healthcare company, DaVita.
In addition to business and compliance experience, Dianne Montgomery also has plenty of education in her background. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from St. Joseph’s University. She also has a Certification in Healthcare Compliance, which serves her well. In addition to that, she has a philanthropic side as well. She spends much of her spare time caring for injured or abandoned animals with a Philadelphia animal shelter and she also does a lot of volunteer work inner city youth in Philadelphia as a mentor and guide to a better life. In those volunteer positions, she does everything possible to inform the public of the importance of adoptions and donations to animal welfare, even as she helps children with very little hope fine their way to a better life.