BCPA Exam Results – Spring 2022
PACB Announces Results of the Spring Examination for Board Certified Patient Advocates
The Patient Advocate Certification Board is pleased to announce that 77 individuals have earned the Board Certified Patient Advocate credential after successful completion of their examination this spring. First launched in 2018, completion of the spring 2022 cohort brings the total number of individuals who have earned the BCPA to 1040.
A goal of the Patient Advocate Certification Board (PACB) is to develop standards and practices that reflect the broad knowledge and insight of our diverse professional community. The nonprofit PACB was organized in 2012 to establish ethical standards, professional competencies, and best practices for professionals who work in the emerging field of patient advocacy. PACB works with Prolydian/Examity for a fully integrated registration, exam delivery, and certification management platform.
Please help us to congratulate the following candidates on their success in earning the Board Certified Patient Advocate Credential (BCPA).
Patient Advocates who earn the BCPA credential must be recertified every three years. Certified advocates are listed on the PACB website. The exam is available two times a year. The next testing period is scheduled for fall 2022. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified when registration becomes available. Learn more at https://pacboard.org/getcertified/. The site also hosts news and developments about the organization and information related to exam registration and credential maintenance.
Patient Advocate Certification Board, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization focused on development and maintenance of certification for the profession of patient advocacy.