HITRUST certification cost

The cost of HITRUST certification will vary depending on the size and complexity of your organization. Generally, you can expect to spend between $15,000 and $100,000 on the entire process. The larger and more complex your organization is, the higher the cost will be. However, the benefits of HITRUST certification are well worth the investment.

HITRUST certification is not a one-time expense. You will need to renew your certification every three years to maintain your status. The cost of renewal will be based on the number of employees and locations that you have certified. However, the HITRUST certification cost is a small price to pay for the peace of mind and security that it provides.

Why a Truckers Health Team Membership

At Truckers Health Team, we understand the challenges professional drivers face trying to find convenient and affordable healthcare while hauling freight. Our mission is to help drivers stay healthy and on the road.

No Deductible / No Co-Pay on In-clinic services

50% of drivers have a pre-existing condition (hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol) resulting in a DOT certification of 1 year or less

Convenient medical clinic locations at Pilot Flying J save drivers 4-6 hours of downtime ($400 – $500) on each clinic visit

88% of drivers have at least one risk factor: high blood pressure, smoking, obesity, etc. – for chronic disease, compared to 54% of the general U.S. adult working population

No restrictions on Health Network membership due to pre-existing conditions or age.

Drivers with three or more medical conditions had a significantly increased risk of preventable Department of Transportation (DOT) reportable crashes and preventable crashes with injuries.
$134 billion – 2016 estimated cost of large truck and bus crashes (fatal , injury and property damage)

Truckers suffer from diabetes at a rate of almost 50% higher than the rest of the American population
Health insurance alone does not help drivers manage their medical conditions due to high deductibles
69% of truck drivers are obese, which is more than twice the national average. Obesity increases the chance for Type 2 diabetes


Find Locations On-the-Go

Drivers can now fuel, park their trucks, eat, and address their medical needs, all at the truck stop.

With a growing network of walk-in medical clinics located at Pilot Flying J along the major interstate highways, drivers can receive their needed medical services and get back on the road quickly, saving hours of downtime.