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    Culture of Compliance | The State of HITRUST in 2021

    As we enter 2021, it is time to reflect on everything that happened in 2020 and how it will affect HITRUST in the new year. Sabrina Serafin interviews two HITRUST experts, Michael Parisi and Andrew Hicks. They discuss how COVID-19 affected the HITRUST marketplace and how upcoming changes to the HITRUST assessment may affect companies and organizations.

    Host

    Sabrina Serafin, Partner and National Practice Leader of Frazier & Deeter’s Process Risk and Governance Practice

    Guests

    – Michael Parisi, Member of the HITRUST leadership team and Vice President of Assurance Strategy & Community Development

    Andrew Hicks, National Practice Leader of Frazier & Deeter’s HITRUST practice.

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