Recertifying Your CPHQ
The CPHQ validates your knowledge of healthcare quality and demonstrates your dedication to the field. As the profession of healthcare quality rapidly changes, it is vital that you maintain the skills and credibility gained through the CPHQ by recertifying the credential.
The Recertification Handbook outlines requirements, ways to earn continuing education (CE), audit procedures, and the Retired status, and should be read before applying for recertification.
Each recertification cycle lasts two years, beginning January 1 of the year following your initial certification. The cycle ends on December 31 of the second year. Recertification will open in early July.
To ensure you receive recertification notifications, please update your contact information by accessing your account or calling our member services department at 847.375.4720.
- Early Bird (before September 30): $175
- October 1 - December 31: $225
- Grace Period (January 1-31): $275
- Early Bird (before September 30): $200
- October 1 - December 31: $250
- Grace Period (January 1-31): $300
We are excited to announce that we have launched a new recertification system this year. Please watch this video tutorial for step-by-step instructions on how to recertify through the new system.
If you are retiring from the healthcare quality profession, you do have the opportunity to maintain your credential by applying for CPHQ-Retired status. To be eligible, you must
- retire from the profession with no plans to return or renew certification
- be a current CPHQ at the time of retirement
- pay the associated fee of $100
Please complete the CPHQ-Retired Status Form and mail it along with the fee to NAHQ headquarters.