Diane Curley MSN, RN, CNOR, CHCQM
Diane excels at providing leadership, development & implementation of successful performance improvement initiatives, and creative strategies to deliver healthcare.
A trusted resource and liaison to professionals; skilled at providing clinical education, professional development, strategies and tools for creating a healthy work environment, effective communication, teamwork, high-reliability performance,
As a leading expert and Innovation Advisor for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMMS), Diane supported the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) in testing new models of care delivery. Forming partnerships with local organizations to drive delivery system reform & improve health systems so the communities served benefit from better care for the patient, better health for the population at a lower cost.
An experienced consultant to corporations nationwide, Diane has performed assessment of hospitals, free-standing surgical facilities, and physician practices to advance clinical quality and compliance with requlatory requirements, providing analysis, review, & evaluation, resulting in objectives and goals for performance improvement and quality initiatives.
Passionate about serving as Board Member supporting the mission of Lelt Foundation, a registered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of the population in the communities of Kara Kore and Hosanna, Ethiopia through programs in education, nutrition, food security, orphan care, trauma counseling, microfinance and job creation. Diane also serves as Medical Director, establishing partnerships with local non-government organizations (NGO’s) to improve the health of the population through increased access to healthcare, preventative care (advancements in education, social determinants of health, sanitation, screening & intervention strategy and vaccination programs) as well as facilitate medical and surgical treatment of disease and provide primary care & humanitarian aid.
Committed to meeting critical needs of victims of war, poverty, famine, disease and natural disaster, Diane serves on the International Disaster Assistance Response Team (Samaritan’s Purse), served with Partners in Health Ebola Response Clinical Team in Liberia, and in Nigeria and Ethiopia as a facilitator with MAST teams (Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation).
Challenging the narrative & influencing social media’s message, Diane publishes Celebrating Women USA, a unifying collection of interviews with women. Sharing our stories to help another, to inspire, to encourage, & to celebrate…because every woman is a role model.