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Simplifying HITRUST Compliance

Does HITRUST make sense for your business? If your organization is seeking to improve its security posture, HITRUST offers a framework that incorporates existing recognized standards and regulations, including HIPAA, HITECH, NIST, ISO, PCI, FTC, COBIT, and GDPR, into one compliance exercise. HITRUST also scales controls according to the type, size, and complexity of an organization.

For service providers, HITRUST certification can provide a strategic advantage over your competition.

Frazier & Deeter Provides Expert Guidance

Frazier & Deeter is a HITRUST CSF  Assessor with a dedicated team of certified HITRUST practitioners who have years of experience helping organizations comply with information security and privacy requirements.

With one of the most experienced teams in the country, FD is uniquely positioned to help simplify the HITRUST process. We help streamline HITRUST, while also sharing cyber security and data privacy best practices.

Frazier & Deeter Selected as New Member to the HITRUST® External Assessor Council

What makes us unique is that we’ve built a methodology, based on years of experience, that focuses on streamlining the customer experience and removing some of the more common HITRUST-journey obstacles.

Give us a call today to get started.

Learn More:

ISMG | Assessing Vendor Security Risks: The Challenges

  •  In this interview, Andrew Hicks discusses different security risks posed by vendors.
  • Information Security Media Group (ISMG) is a media organization providing education, research and news tailored to key vertical sectors.

Paubox | An Interview with Andrew Hicks

  • Andrew Hicks discusses his career path to Frazier & Deeter and his work on simplifying HITRUST for organizations.
  • Paubox provides secure, encrypted email solutions for organizations. They are HITRUST CSF Certified and have the HIPAA Seal of Compliance.




Culture of Compliance

Culture of Compliance – HITRUST 1: Assess Once, Report Many

Join our PRG National Practice Leader Sabrina Serafin in Part 1 of a three part discussion on HITRUST. A certified HITRUST assessor herself, Sabrina speaks with Michael Parisi, the Vice President of Assurance Strategy & Community Development of the HITRUST…

  • HITRUST Framework: Adoption & Requirements

    Many organizations were recently informed of updates to their business associate and partner agreements, specifically requiring the organization to be certified within the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program. Organizations seeking to obtain and maintain a valid HITRUST CSF certification must be validated by a HITRUST-approved CSF Assessor every two years.

  • Implementation: Benefits of HITRUST

    • Meet business partner requirements to be HITRUST certified
    • Establish a consistent framework to leverage and enhance existing regulatory requirements
    • Be more efficient and reduce costs in a single, unified approach to compliance
    • Minimize risk through a standardized measurement that incorporates healthcare requirements
    • Increase trust and transparency among business partners and consumers

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