Health Data Innovations, Inc. Achieves HITRUST CSF Certification
for Enhanced Security and Compliance
Beachwood, OH, 7/25/20 - Health Data Innovations, Inc., a leading provider of claims data transformation and integration services for health plans and health systems, today announced that its data processing environment (including its ETL tool, SFTP services, and SAS data processor) has earned Certified status for information security by the Health Information Trust (HITRUST) Alliance. With the HITRUST CSF Certified Status, HDI proves that the systems and tools it uses for data acquisition, management, and transformation meet key healthcare regulations and requirements for protecting and securing sensitive private healthcare information.
HITRUST CSF Certified status indicates that the organization has met industry-defined requirements and is appropriately managing risk, and places HDI in an elite group of organizations worldwide that have earned this certification. By including federal and state regulations, standards and frameworks, and incorporating a risk-based approach, the HITRUST CSF helps organizations address these challenges through a comprehensive and flexible framework of prescriptive and scalable security controls.
"A critical aspect of our data integration offering is our ability to meet or exceed our clients' varying requirements for data privacy and security," explained Jonathan Kaye, President and Founder at HDI. "HDI is pleased to affirm our commitment to data security through our HITRUST CSF Certification. It was a significant effort, but we believe it will be valued by current and future clients."
"The HITRUST CSF has become the information protection framework for the health care industry, and the CSF Assurance program is bringing a new level of effectiveness and efficiency to third-party assurance," said Ken Vander Wal, Chief Compliance Officer, HITRUST. "The CSF Certification is now the benchmark that organizations required to safeguard PHI are measured against with regards to information protection."