If you are a carrier manager, carrier staff, or technical professional working within the field of dentistry, the Insurance Education’s DBA designation will provide you with an understanding of dental benefits, plan design, and current trends impacting dental benefit insurance coverage.
The DHP designation expands on the specialized course of study offered in the DIA program. It provides you with the knowledge you need on disability income insurance and its role in protecting individuals from the financial losses that often occur from serious physical injuries and other severe health afflictions.
Insurance and health care professionals, as well as financial planners, pursue DIA designation for increased awareness of the risks and costs associated with disability.
AHIP’s Disability Income Fellow (DIF) is AHIP’s most advanced disability income (DI) designation. By earning this title, you signify a complete commitment to your career and your organization, while representing your expertise to colleagues.
If you’re looking to position yourself as a seasoned healthcare management professional, the Academy for Healthcare Management’s FAHM designation program offers in-depth coursework focusing on specific operational areas.
When you earn the Academy for Healthcare Management’s PAHM designation, you show professionals in the industry that you have a thorough grasp on of the fundamental building blocks of health insurance plans and their functions.
In a competitive work environment, employers depend on key performers. By earning the Insurance Education’s HIA® designation, you’ll join the industry’s elite; more than 20,000 professionals have mastered this comprehensive program.
Industry professionals at every level—from senior counsel to staff assigned to special investigation units (SIUs)—are challenged every day with detecting and stopping health insurance fraud.
The FHIAS designation expands on the course of study offered in the PHIAS program. In a more detailed look at products like disability, long-term care, dental, and Medicare, this designation will give you an upper hand with the knowledge of these important health insurance topics.
AHIP has created the Healthcare Compliance Professional (HCP) designation specifically for individuals who work to meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ensure that their companies meet the parameters of all of the new rules, regulations, and deadlines.
When you earn the Insurance Education’s HCSA designation, you signify that you’ve completed practical studies that sharpen your problem-solving skills and deepen your appreciation of the value customers bring to your organization.
Change is the one term that describes the health care industry today. The ACA, ICD-10, and the move toward a consumer-centric delivery model are just a few of the hallmarks of this change and information technology is making it possible.
Enhance your professional worth by becoming an expert in long-term care insurance. The LTCP is the premier designation in the long-term care field and an exciting option for professionals like you who know what it takes to succeed—understanding consumers’ needs and meeting those needs with the best long-term care coverage.
Earning the Insurance Education’s MHP designation means that you’ve acquired the knowledge and skills to pursue a management position in the health insurance industry. You’ll learn about management roles and organizational structures of managed care, as well as its operation and administration.
This designation is designed for experienced health insurance industry professionals who are focused on gaining a deeper knowledge of how various topics work together in an evolving health care system.