Published on: October 28, 2014
By: Elizabeth Snell
The HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) is an important tool that healthcare organizations of all sizes can use in their approach to regulatory compliance and risk management. But what exactly are the basics of the CSF program, and what can facilities to do ensure that they are using CSF to the fullest?
Last week, Michael Frederick, Vice President of Assurance Services & Product Development at HITRUST, provided an overview of the HITRUST framework in a webinar with HealthITSecurity.com.
HITRUST CSF has become the most widely-adopted security framework in the nation’s healthcare sector. We’ll review the basics provided by Frederick, along with his responses to questions that numerous healthcare facilities have likely encountered as they work to implement HITRUST CSF.