From 2016 through 2018, the overall annualized pass rate of the CPHQ exam ranged between 62% and 67%. Over the same period, the CPHQ exam pass rate among US-based CPHQ candidates was 71-73%.
No minimum education or experience is required to take the CPHQ examination.
When preparing for the CPHQ exam, three things that build on one another are required: basic knowledge in healthcare quality and healthcare quality management, the skills to apply this knowledge, and good study and exam techniques.
The information contained in the NAHQ Annual Report 2011 is not only misleading but inconsistent.
A problem-based approach to CPHQ exam preparation is more compatible with adult learning concepts compared to other learning approaches, and, according to the best available evidence, far superior in helping candidates pass the CPHQ examination.
Aparna Sundar, MBBS, CPHQ, shares her experience in passing the CPHQ examination.
Measurement of success and performance on the CPHQ exam is more realistic if it takes into account the challenges faced by individual candidates.
An online version of our Concise Guide to Janet Brown’s The Healthcare Quality Handbook was rolled out on March 21, 2012.
Although many CPHQ exam preparation courses are available, only a small proportion have attributes that improve candidates’ chances of exam success. In this article, we discuss the desirable (and less desirable) characteristics of a CPHQ exam preparation course.
Numerous CPHQ exam preparation products available on the market are developed by individuals who lack the necessary qualifications.