Yes, there are other certifications out there for healthcare IT, privacy or security. But the HCISPP is the only certification that proves you have the practical skills, foundational knowledge and experience in both security and privacy on an international level.
Here’s why you should take on the HCISPP certification:
- Credibility. The HCISPP sets you apart. It shows you know best practices and have real-world expertise in both healthcare information security and privacy. It gives you more authority and appeal.
- Growth and learning. From exam prep to continuing education, the HCISPP offers many ways to expand your knowledge. You can stay current with changes in healthcare security and privacy.
- Global expertise. The HCISPP exam covers current, global topics. This ensures you’re up-to-speed on evolving threats and regulations around the world. You’re better prepared to protect your organization and patient data.
- Versatile skills. The HCISPP isn’t product specific, so you can apply your skills to different technologies or initiatives — including mobile devices, single sign-on, cloud migration and electronic information exchange.
- Stronger collaboration. As an HCISPP, your knowledge spans security and privacy. You can bridge the gap between departments and better understand problems. In doing so, you can earn more respect and be more successful in your work.
- Increased compensation. While pay practices vary by employer, many HCISPPs find that this certification can lead to increases in pay.
What the Industry Is Saying About the HCISPP
- Named one of the Best Healthcare IT Certifications for 2017 – Tom’s IT Pro
- Named one of 8 Valuable Security Certifications for 2017 – Dark Reading
- Listed as one of the 8 Certifications You Need to Compete in Health IT – Electronic Health Reporter
The HCISPP is ANSI-Accredited
The HCISPP certification is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). This means it complies with the International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 17024 Standards. Why is accreditation important when choosing a certification program? Visit the Institute for Credentialing Excellence website for details