The Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions has recently published an interview profiling the General Manager of the Cardiometabolic Health Congress, Amanda Jamrogiewicz, who recently achieved her CHCP—delivering enhanced credibility to CMHC as a provider of continuing medical education.

The CHCP credential is one of the primary ways to enhance professional development: recognition from the industry that one is both knowledgeable and experienced in CME accreditation. Because there is no formal education or degree in terms of CME, the CHCP credential adds significant value to professional and educational development.

Moreover, the CHCP designation provides CMHC with a valuable CME/CE resource, credible not only to internal organizational activities, but also to outside stakeholders. Through the CHCP accreditation, leaders in healthcare education and training develop the necessary information, tools, and skillsets in order to navigate today’s healthcare industry. CHCP programs are dedicated to providing training in the allied healthcare fields, and students become both highly proficient and knowledgeable in the sphere of healthcare.

The CHCP credential furthers CMHC’s commitment to valuable clinical education, rooted in the most recent scientific discoveries, research, and findings.

Visit the CMHC Education Resource Center for further information. 

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