California Association for Healthcare Quality


About CPHQ CE Hours


Following successful completion of the CPHQ examination, the certificant is required to maintain certification by fulfilling continuing education (CE) requirements, which are reviewed and established annually by Healthcare Quality Certification Commission. The current requirements include obtaining and maintaining documentation of 30 CE hours over the 2-year recertification cycle and payment of a recertification fee. All CE must relate to areas covered in the most current examination content outline. Current employment in the quality management field is not required to maintain active CPHQ status.

All continuing education that follows the CPHQ content outline is accepted. It is not a requirement to have the [...]

About CPHQ CE Hours2015-03-31T01:11:35+00:00

Creative Healthcare – The Shortest Distance Between You and Improved


Creative Healthcare (CHC) has formed a relationship with the California Association of Healthcare Quality to create a broader distribution channel for the company's existing products, in particular the Lean for Healthcare online training program.

Under the agreement, CHC will offer their Lean and Six Sigma online programs at a discount off the current retail price. Such discounts should make the product affordable even for individuals that are unable to get tuition reimbursement assistance from their employer. Completion of these programs not only equips healthcare professionals to solve problems in their immediate environment; the acquired skills should also make them more attractive to future employers.

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Creative Healthcare – The Shortest Distance Between You and Improved2014-09-26T21:36:55+00:00

2014 CAHQ Spring Conference


“Leading Change and Maneuvering Through the Challenging Times in Health Care in the Reduction of Harm”


[span style="font-size:14px;color:#990000"]Jack Jordan[/span]
Director of Advanced Analytics - Henry Ford health System, Detroit, MI

In 2011, Don Berwick, former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, appointed Jack as Deputy Director, Partnership for Patients, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Department of Health and Human Services, Baltimore, MD

Over the last two years Jack’s appointment was as a member of the senior leadership team managing a 500 million dollar federal program with 29 contracts to engage support and impact patient safety across the nation [...]

2014 CAHQ Spring Conference2013-12-08T12:57:48+00:00