Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM)
Administered by the American Hospital Association, the Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) is the healthcare industry's premier certification for the risk management profession. The American Hospital Association's Certification Center determines eligibility requirements, exam content, testing procedures and other aspects of the certification, and oversees the examination process.
CPHRM Exam Preparation Course
The CPHRM Exam Prep course is designed to help prepare eligible risk management professionals take the exam. While the course is not designed to teach foundational concepts, it can help participants focus on content areas that may require a more in-depth review, as well as identify familiar content areas for which a more cursory review will suffice. The agenda for the course corresponds to the five major content areas of the CPHRM Exam detailed in the CPHRM Candidate Handbook and Application.
CPHRM Exam at ASHRM 2017
The AHA Certification Center is partnering with ASHRM to offer a special administration of the Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) certification examination on Wednesday, October 18 at 2:30 p.m. PST. Candidates must meet eligibility requirements and have registered to take the exam prior to arriving. The deadline to register to sit for the exam is October 4.
CPHRM Exam Preparation Guide
Need an additional resource to help you study for the exam? This guide includes a number of useful features applicable to each of the five domains tested on the exam: learning objectives, key terms, outline and review questions (which include answers as well as the rationale for answers), and ASHRM resources and other suggestions for additional study.