Certified Professional of Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) Preparation Program

Training Program Overview

The Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) credential recognizes professional and academic achievement by individuals in the field of healthcare quality management, and is widely regarded as the worldwide a gold standard for the healthcare quality professional.

Becoming a CPHQ could be one of the best career moves for any physician, healthcare executive, or any other member of the healthcare team who is involved in quality management, performance improvement, risk management, infection control and prevention, health information, and/ or utilization management.

Program Highlights:

1. Management and Leadership.
2. Information Management.
3. Performance Measurement and Improvement.
4. Patient Safety.
The Healthcare Quality Certification Board (HQCB) of the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ) was formed in 1976 to advance the profession of healthcare quality management through the development of a certification program. The HQCB is the certifying arm of NAHQ, a not-for-profit organization.

Practical Learning Format:

The main training method will be interactive learning with small group discussions and in-class exercises.
All trainees will meet each morning to review readings, respond to content questions, and share reactions.
The training program will end with Practical Project in the field of trainees work.

Who Should Attend:

Participants in this dynamic program are the Healthcare professionals who wish to adapt their knowledge and skills to the constantly changing management field.

The Training Program Duration:

The 64 hours program will be conducted in 16 days, 4 hours per day, once weekly.
The training program contain Formative Exam and Final Exam .