Censinet Announces Exclusive Cybersecurity Risk Management Program for CHIME and AEHIS Member Organizations

Censinet 30-in-30

Censinet 30-in-30 Delivers 30 Cybersecurity Risk Assessments in 30 Days at No Cost

CHIME21 Fall Forum, San Diego, CA – October 27, 2021 – Censinet, a leading provider of healthcare IT risk solutions and a CHIME Foundation Firm Member, today announced Censinet 30-in-30, an exclusive cybersecurity risk management offering for member organizations of CHIME (College of Healthcare Information Management Executives) and AEHIS (Association for Executives in Healthcare Information Security). Participants in the Censinet 30-in-30 program receive open access to the Censinet RiskOps platform and cooperative services to complete up to 30 cybersecurity risk assessments in 30 days at no cost.

Healthcare organizations have been dealing with significant financial pressures and economic challenges over the last two years, along with the pandemic. At the same time, the volume and impact on patient care of cyberattacks such as ransomware have increased the demand for high-quality security risk assessments. Consequently, healthcare CIOs and CISOs must seek innovative ways to decrease spending and expand coverage to ensure patient safety.

To help these healthcare organizations reduce costs, save time, and free up valuable resources, Censinet developed its 30-in-30 program in partnership with the CHIME Cooperative Member Services Program, which offers a variety of preferential industry services, packages, and price offerings that are available exclusively to CHIME and AEHIS members.

“The Censinet 30-in-30 program enables CHIME and AEHIS members to experience the fastest, most complete third-party risk management solution available in healthcare,” stated Ed Gaudet, CEO and Founder of Censinet. “This is a win-win opportunity for participating organizations to receive demonstrable value with no financial obligation at any time.”

Censinet will work together with healthcare delivery organizations to:

  • Identify and complete up to 30 cybersecurity risk assessments on 30 vendors and products of their choice, including but not limited to on-premise software, cloud applications, medical devices, and professional services
  • Benchmark their risk, performance, and overall experience with peer healthcare organizations
  • Qualify for an exclusive CHIME and AEHIS member follow-on license discount and no-risk guarantee

CHIME and AEHIS members can register for the program on the CHIME website at: chimecentral.org/coop_member_offers/censinet

For more information on the Censinet 30-in-30 program, please visit censinet.com/30-in-30-program.

About Censinet

Censinet, based in Boston, MA, enables healthcare organizations to take the risk out of their business with Censinet RiskOps™, the first and only cloud-based exchange that integrates and consolidates enterprise risk management and operations capabilities across critical clinical and business areas. RiskOps builds upon the Company’s foundational success with third-party risk management (TPRM) for healthcare. Censinet transforms healthcare risk by increasing productivity and operational effectiveness while eliminating risks to care delivery, data privacy, and patient safety. Find out more about Censinet and its RiskOps platform at censinet.com.


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