Your personal health information is moving and being viewed to improve the quality of your healthcare and lower the costs. The job will not be complete until all health records are digital and interoperable. Here’s what’s happening to make that reality.Read More
J2 Global, Inc., a leading provider of digital cloud-fax technology (DCFT), announced that eFax Corporate® has earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST.
To address the growing misunderstandings, risks and complexities when leveraging service providers, HITRUST® is introducing a new program to clarify the roles and responsibilities regarding ownership and operation of security controls…
EHNAC, a non-profit standards development organization and accrediting body for organizations that electronically exchange healthcare data, announced the release of new versions for all 18 of its accreditation programs for use starting January 1, 2018.
By Grant Elliott – Are you considering HITRUST but haven’t yet put your HIPAA house in order? That’s similar to starting college when you’ve not yet earned your high school diploma. While both HIPAA and HITRUST share the common goal of protecting healthcare data and personal health information (PHI), they differ in very fundamental ways.
HITRUST announced the creation of a Threat Catalogue to aid healthcare organizations in improving their information security posture by better aligning cyber threats with HITRUST CSF risk factors and controls.
With this achievement, EHNAC is now approved to provide services using the HITRUST CSF, a comprehensive security framework that addresses a multitude of security, privacy and regulatory challenges facing healthcare organizations.
EHNAC and HITRUST Announce Migration of HIPAA Security/Privacy Modules within EHNAC Accreditations to HITRUST’s CSF Framework. The organizations have committed to streamline their accreditation and certification programs for industry stakeholders.
Working together to launch HITRUST CyberAid in an effort to help smaller healthcare organizations—specifically physician practices with less than 75 employees—address growing cyber risks and information protection challenges by providing them with a cyber security solution designed to support their small business environment.