PDHI’s Lee Penn Selected as a Member of the HITRUST Business Associate Council
Bernardsville, NJ, March 23, 2016. PDHI, a technology services organization that develops and distributes the ConXus Platform for delivering workplace wellness and population health management programs, announces that Lee Penn, chief compliance officer, has been selected as a member of the HITRUST Business Associate Council.
The HITRUST Business Associate Council was established to ensure that business associates and other key vendors to the healthcare industry are able to influence and directly engage with HITRUST and healthcare organizations relating to the HITRUST 3rd Party Assurance program and associated requirements. The Council will meet quarterly, with the first session to be held on April 26, 2016, during the HITRUST 2016 Conference in Dallas/Fort Worth.
PDHI’s ConXus Platform earned HITRUST CSF Certified status from the Health Information Trust Alliance in February 2015.
PDHI is a technology services organization that develops and distributes the ConXus Platform for delivering workplace wellness and population health management programs. Wellness providers, accountable-care providers, and large employers license the ConXus Platform to deliver comprehensive private-labeled workplace wellness programs. Solutions are delivered using a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model that allows rapid deployment and access to capacity based on need. ConXus solutions are scalable and flexible, driving process efficiency and project control for clients. PDHI’s open-systems approach features extensive administrative tools and user interfaces for client portal environments. For more information, visit www.pdhi.com.
Founded in 2007, the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) was born out of the belief that information protection should be a core pillar of, rather than an obstacle to, the broad adoption of health information systems and exchanges. HITRUST – in collaboration with public and private healthcare technology, privacy and information security leaders – has championed programs instrumental in safeguarding health information systems and exchanges while ensuring consumer confidence in their use.
HITRUST programs include the establishment of a common risk and compliance management framework (CSF); an assessment and assurance methodology; educational and career development; advocacy and awareness; and a federally recognized cyber Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) and supporting initiatives. Over 84 percent of hospitals and health plans, as well as many other healthcare organizations and business associates, use the CSF, making it the most widely adopted security framework in the industry. For more information, visit www.HITRUSTalliance.net.