How Certification Benefits Employers
Proficiency. Professionalism. Performance.
Allied healthcare training programs vary greatly; and, because of this, graduates of these programs vary greatly in terms of knowledge and skills. Certification provides an independent measure of proficiency through standardized evaluation.
Additionally, certification reflects a commitment to excellence in patient care and service and to maintaining professional proficiency through continuing education and professional development.
Furthermore, certified allied healthcare professionals typically yield greater levels of efficiency and value to healthcare delivery.
Simply put… Staff certification is good for patients and good for business.