Risk Never Sleeps™
Censinet eliminates inefficient spreadsheets and ad-hoc manual processes.
Workflows are automated and optimized with as few clicks as possible.
Data is curated in real-time and transformed based on learning and applied predictive models.
Methods and results are open and shared, leveraging trust while reducing risk over closed proprietary approaches.
Designed for Healthcare
Most Complete Workflow Automation Available for Third-Party Vendor Risk Management
Only Censinet automates the complete third-party vendor risk management workflow and provides standardized, curated risk ratings uniquely designed for healthcare.
Third-party risk management is inefficient and a costly process for the healthcare industry at a time when resources are especially scarce. We see a big opportunity for a leader to both deliver a solution and improve compliance. Censinet’s singular focus on healthcare, their experienced team, and commitment to security-first innovation position them perfectly to lead in this emerging and critical space.
Vendor risk assessment in healthcare has suffered from spreadsheets and ad-hoc processes. We worked closely with Censinet to design a platform that solves immediate workflow and automation challenges when managing third-party vendor relationships.
Continuous Monitoring & Real-Time Updates
The Censinet Third-Party Vendor Risk Management Software Platform
Built on the cloud, the Censinet Third-Party Vendor Risk Management Software Platform is a two-sided network that connects you and your supply chain of third-party vendors. Users can look at every vendor at any time to see how their vendor risk is being managed, see the latest potential risk, and quickly mitigate that risk.
Healthcare Third-Party Vendor Risk Management in the 21st Century
Managing third-party vendor risk has become a critical task for healthcare providers. Manual processes and the use of legacy software has led to more and more data breaches due to poor vendor risk management that includes siloed data and workflows and the use of inefficient legacy tools.Learn More