Dianne Montgomery Does Her Best to Help

Dianne MontgomeryFor the most part, Dianne Montgomery conducts investigations, performs computer forensics, and engages in eDiscovery projects. However, she also responds to incidents and takes corrective action when necessary and she also takes the lead on federal agency audits and makes disclosures when they are necessary. She also navigates organizational issues and takes protective action against breaches and maintains appropriate and fruitful relationships with relevant regulators. After all, she has done this type of work for a long time and for a variety of organizations. Her relevant past experience includes the same sort of work for a major research hospital, the University of Pennsylvania, as well as considerable time working with healthcare giant DaVita, a Fortune 500 company.

Dianne Montgomery also has a significant level 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. Of course, Dianne Montgomery isn’t just a workaholic. Besides her career in healthcare compliance, she likes to spend her spare time caring for injured or abandoned animals as a volunteer with at a Philadelphia animal shelter. Of course, when Dianne Montgomery isn’t helping to save Philadelphia’s animals, she is helping to save the city’s kids, as a volunteer helping the city’s inner city youth in many ways. She mentors extraordinary children and teens, and helps them explore passions, overcome life challenges, and meet their educational goals.

These days, Dianne Montgomery believes we are in extraordinary times. She feels this is a great time to be a part of the healthcare industry. That is why she likes to do everything possible to stay up-to-date with developments in healthcare technology and to learn how current regulations work with it. There are many major innovations in the space, especially with regard to privacy and security, and she feels we have only just begun to enter a new era in healthcare.

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