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HITRUST

Navigating Compliance for Healthcare Information Security & Privacy

Frazier & Deeter is a HITRUST CSF (Health Information Trust Alliance Common Security Framework) Assessor, with a dedicated team of certified HITRUST practitioners who have years of experience helping organizations comply with information security and privacy requirements. The FD HITRUST team navigates the complex CSF requirements and provides the resources to meet your company’s needs while complying with federal mandates.

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

  • 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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