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The Health Information Trust Alliance, or HITRUST, is a privately held company located in the United States that, in collaboration with healthcare, technology and information security leaders, has established a Common Security Framework (CSF) that can be used by all organizations that create, access, store or exchange sensitive and/or regulated data. The CSF includes a prescriptive set of controls that seek to harmonize the requirements of multiple regulations and standards.
HITRUST is led by a management team and governed by an Executive Council made up of leaders from across a variety of industry. These leaders represent the governance of the organization, but other founders also comprise the leadership to ensure the framework meets the short and long term needs of the entire industry.
Executive Council members represent the following organizations:
- Anthem, Inc.
- Express Scripts, Inc.
- Health Care Service Corporation
- Hospital Corporation of America
- Humana Inc.
- IMS Health
- Kaiser Permanente
- McKesson Corporation
- UnitedHealth Group
- Merill, Molly. HITRUST makes updates to Common Security Framework. Healthcare IT News. 1 February 2010. Print and Web. 10 May 2010.
- Roiter, Neil. HITRUST CSF offers path through healthcare security maze. SearchSecurityChannel.com. 7 December 2009. Web. 10 May 2010.
- Reuters. Rsam Integrates HITRUST Common Security Framework into Leading GRC Platform 5 April 2011. Web.
- The Health Information Trust Alliance: Listing of Approved CSF Assessors