CPHRM is the healthcare industry’s premier certification for the risk management profession. Certification is valid for three years at which time it must be renewed through retaking and passing the Certification Examination or documenting 45 contact hours of continuing professional education.
To be eligible for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) Examination, a candidate must fulfill one (1) of the following requirements for education/healthcare experience and meet the requirement for risk management experience.
RISK MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:
3,000 hours or 50 percent of full-time job duties within the last three years dedicated to healthcare risk management in a healthcare setting or with a provider of services (e.g. consultant, broker, or attorney) to the healthcare industry
The examination is composed of 110 multiple-choice questions. A candidate s score is based on 100 of these questions. Ten (10) items are “trial” questions that are interspersed throughout the examination.
A candidate is allowed two (2) hours in which to complete the examination.
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