With its HITRUST CSF Certification, Kiio joins an elite group of organizations worldwide demonstrating the highest level of commitment to protecting sensitive information.
Receiving HITRUST CSF Certified status validates Kiio’s digital musculoskeletal solution has met key regulatory and industry-defined standards in privacy, security, and compliance, and that Kiio demonstrates a robust, proactive commitment to security and risk management.
Kiio stays on the frontline of industry standards to ensure your data is safe and secure.
With the dissemination of digital healthcare, organizations are more vulnerable than ever to cyber-attacks and personal health information (PHI) breaches. Kiio’s achievement of HITRUST CSF certification assures its partners and members that their information is always protected.
“Kiio is committed to the highest standards—from validating outcomes with independent claims analysis to meeting the highest standards of privacy and security for members’ information,” says Chad Lindley, Chief Operating Officer at Kiio. “Earning HITRUST CSF certification demonstrates to our clients and members that Kiio is following the industry-recognized gold standards for privacy, security, and compliance.”
Certification and a culture of compliance enables Kiio to scale securely.
With the HITRUST Certification, Kiio validates its commitment to sustaining a culture of compliance and distinguishes itself as a company that has scaled securely.
“In today’s ever-changing threat landscape, HITRUST is continually innovating to find new and creative approaches to address the latest privacy and security challenges,” said Jeremy Huval, Chief Innovation Officer, HITRUST. “Kiio’s HITRUST CSF Certification is evidence that they are at the forefront of industry best practices for information risk management and compliance."We take your privacy seriously. The public has access to information about Kiio's security and privacy activities and is able to communicate with its senior security official, Chad Lindley (email@example.com), and senior privacy official, Nathan Shoultz (firstname.lastname@example.org).