WESTLAKE, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ECHO Health, Inc., a major supplier of health care payment processing solutions, today announced the ECHO Payment Administration System has got Certified standing for data safety by HITRUST®. HITRUST CSF Licensed standing shows that ECHO has fulfilled key regulations and industry-defined needs and can be appropriately managing risk. This achievement puts us at an elite group of businesses globally that have made this certificate. By including state and federal regulations, standards, and frameworks, and integrating a risk-based strategy, the HITRUST CSF helps companies address these challenges through a detailed and flexible frame of scalable and prescriptive safety controllers.
“Electronic payment systems like ECHO’s must maintain the highest level of diligence in meeting complex compliance and privacy requirements that include technical and process elements to protect our clients’ data,” stated Chad Davis, CIO for ECHO Health. “We are pleased to demonstrate to clients and users our standard of excellence for protecting sensitive data and information by achieving this HITRUST CSF Certification.”
“The comprehensive HITRUST CSF information protection framework has seen widespread adoption across industries while the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program brings a new level of effectiveness and efficiency to third-party assurance,” stated Jeremy Huval, Chief Compliance Officer for HITRUST. “The HITRUST CSF Certification is now a common benchmark to measure organizations’ safeguards for sensitive data.”
Around ECHO Health, Inc.
ECHO Health, Inc. was set in 1997 by William Davis, a payment visionary and leader with over 30 years’ business experience. He also developed a proprietary, patented payment method, and now ECHO provides revolutionary payment options to health care payers of sizes.
Payers, vendors, employers, members and providers benefit from the institution with ECHO, realizing dramatic reductions in the prices of satisfaction and customer services. ECHO’s services comply with ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act), HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability along with Accountability Act), CORE (Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange), OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control), and Taft-Hartley regulations. To find out more, see echohealthinc.com.