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Essential Guide to HIPAA Compliance and Data Protection Strategies

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How to get started with HITRUST CSF Certification

The HITRUST CSF was developed by IT and healthcare professionals to provide a highly prescriptive framework for managing the security requirements inherent in HIPAA.

The purpose of this e-guide is to provide key information with respect to the HITRUST CSF and illustrate the steps involved in starting the HITRUST CSF certification process so organizations can approach this rigorous framework with greater ease, expertise, and efficiency. Read on to get started.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About HITRUST CSF® Certification

    The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) is a necessary roadmap for organizations that process, transmit, and store Protected Health Information (PHI).

    The HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) was developed by IT and healthcare professionals to provide a framework for managing the security requirements inherent in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

    As with any complex framework, there are often questions regarding different aspects, such as how to obtain certification, some of the issues surrounding the CSF and the relationship between HIPAA and HITRUST

    Access this white paper to discover the answers to these frequently asked questions.

  • Secure texting: The next great healthcare communications frontier

    The lack of secure texting and communications is a primary factor in healthcare data risk. It is also a quick way for a hospital or healthcare organization to find itself in violation of HIPAA compliance, with swift and costly implications. 

    In this expert e-guide, learn why the first step to secure communications technology (like texting) is convincing leaders and clinicians to recognize the risks to health data. 

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