​​Digital Health Services

Lack of Systematic Method for Collection and Organization

While technology has helped evolve operations, it has also created the potential for oversight.  With different policies, procedures, regulations and agreements stored in spreadsheets across the internal network, businesses not only experience issues with organization, but also the risk of compromised data. Organizations need to systematically identify, measure, prioritize and respond to all business risk. Managing exposure to risk has become difficult.

Intelligent Content Driven Features

Digital Health Services comprehensive system mixes software + content to conclusively handle every aspect of risk management.

Growing Risk and Evolving Framework of Risk Management

Risks come in all shapes and sizes and affect every facet of the business.  Each department from financial, IT, legal, operations, business development or even marketing must be involved to properly identify all risk. Many evolving risk frameworks exist and have been applied in variations from COSO II, ISO 31000, OCEG, Basel II and COBIT leading to a fragmented set of methodologies.

Advanced Risk Assessment Capabilities

Digital Health Services provides an integrated yet flexible framework for defining contracts, mapping controls, assessing risks, documenting compliance, managing audits, in addition to identifying and mitigating to incidents.

  • Integration of risk management best practices


  • Ability to define scope of processes and sub processes


  • Pre-configured regulatory controls library


  • Upload or directly create custom of controls and policies


  • Control mapping


  • Access to training content from expert communities
  • Risk calculators


  • Risk weighting


  • Risk heat maps for risk analysis and monitoring


  • Risk visualization and reports

Risk Management Software Solution


The most successful organizations incorporate risk management strategic planning phases. Boards want the ability to manage current risks in addition to planning for unforeseen risks. Before risks can be managed, they must first be identified to understand the nature and scope of the risk management must be implemented.