Dianne Montgomery has a strong feeling that today is a great time to be part of healthcare, which is why she likes to do everything possible to stay up-to-date with new developments in healthcare technology and how the current regulations work with it. There are so 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. Of course, when it comes to regulatory compliance, Dianne Montgomery has experience in more than just healthcare. In fact, she has the experience and knowledge to help virtually any organization in any industry become compliant and stay there and to prevent unnecessary investigations, which can seriously interfere with productivity and efficacy. Data in the wrong hands can be devastating, but so can the agencies charged with enforcing laws and regulations, if you don’t do everything possible to keep them away.
Then fact is, Dianne Montgomery has been doing this work for a long time, including a stint at a major research hospital, the University of Pennsylvania, and a long time working with DaVita, a Fortune 500 company in the healthcare space. Dianne also has a lot of education in her background, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from St. Joseph’s University and she is also certified in Healthcare Compliance, which serves her well.
One thing everyone should know about Dianne Montgomery is that she likes to help people. That is what she does in her job, but also what she does in her spare time, when she likes to care for injured or abandoned animals as a volunteer with at a Philadelphia animal shelter. And when Dianne Montgomery isn’t helping to save animals, she works to save kids, in her work as a volunteer, helping inner city youth Philadelphia with mentoring extraordinary children and teens, and helping them explore their passions, overcome life challenges, and meet their educational goals.