BCPA Lapel Pin
The Patient Advocate Certification Board proudly introduces the BCPA Lapel Pin – a tangible symbol of the achievement for individual patient and health care advocates who have earned the Board Certified Patient Advocate credential.
At PACB, we believe every patient deserves access to a qualified and professional patient or health care advocate who can help them to navigate the healthcare system and to ensure that their rights and needs are respected. In support of that goal, PACB has established a scholarship program to support patient and health care advocates and to encourage diversity in the pool of professionals holding the Board Certified Patient Advocate (BCPA) credential. Honoring this goal, 100% of profits from the sale of each pin will benefit the Scholarship Fund.
The pin is available to any BCPA in good standing. Also please consider making a donation to the scholarship fund with your order. Simply click on the amount, or add in the amount of your choosing. The total will be calculated and reflected in the complete transaction field. Note: PACB is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Please contact your tax professional for details.
- Select Pin-Only and receive one BCPA Lapel Pin
Each order includes pin shipping to one USA address. For orders outside the US, contact email@example.com for more information.
Diversity and Inclusion
Includes patient and health care advocates that reflect any one of many aspects of diversity within the current certified population, including, but not limited to, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, race, LGBTQIA+ community, and individuals with disabilities.
Under Resourced Populations
Includes advocates working with under resourced populations, defined as those that receive fewer health care services, encounter barriers to accessing primary health care have a lack of familiarity with the health care system; and face a shortage of readily available providers.
The Scholarship Program directly supports one of PACB’s five Strategic Initiatives in the area of Diversity and Inclusion to:
Increase Diversity, Equity, Justice and Inclusion amongst Board Certified Patient Advocates and volunteers and to Expand the reach of the BCPA credentialing program to marginalized populations.