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Credentials that will get you noticed.

15 designations



Health Care Anti-Fraud Associate (HCAFA) Designation

2 Required Courses

Industry professionals at every level are challenged every day with detecting and stopping health care fraud. By earning your Health Care Anti-Fraud Associate (HCAFA) designation, you’ll demonstrate that you’ve achieved a big picture understanding of the various types of health care fraud, their impact on the health care industry, and how organizations like yours can combat fraud.

Health Insurance Associate (HIA®) Designation

4 Required Courses
• 6 Elective Courses

In a competitive work environment, employers depend on key performers. When you earn your Health Insurance Associate (HIA®) designation, you’ll be among 20,000+ professionals who have joined the industry’s elite by mastering this challenging professional program. Demonstrate to your colleagues and partners that you’ve achieved a thorough knowledge of all aspects of health insurance.

Healthcare Compliance Professional (HCP) Designation

4 Required Courses

Let AHIP be your guide to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including its rules, regulations, deadlines, and compliance protocols. When you earn your Healthcare Compliance Professional (HCP®) designation, you’ll demonstrate to your colleagues and partners that you’ve achieved practical skills and a deeper understanding of the ACA, to help your organization grow while meeting the law’s requirements.

Healthcare Customer Service Associate (HCSA) Designation

3 Required Courses
• 4 Elective Courses

Is it possible to put a value on high quality customer service? Yes! In today’s consumer-centric environment, no one can afford to ignore the role customer service plays in growing a business. When you earn your Healthcare Customer Service Associate (HCSA) designation, you’ll demonstrate that you have a strong commitment to creating a corporate culture that puts the customer first.

Information Technology Professional (ITP) Designation

4 Required Courses

Change is the one word that best describes the health care information technology field. Artificial intelligence, data transparency, telehealth, interoperability, and consumer-centric delivery models are a few ways our industry is leveraging technologies to make the entire system better. Demonstrate your commitment to this evolution with the Information Technology Professional (ITP) designation.

Long-Term Care Professional (LTCP) Designation

5 Required Courses

To help you have better conversations with your members, clients, and colleagues about planning for one’s extended health care needs, earn your Long-Term Care Professional (LTCP) designation. This credential arms you with the information you need to grow your organization’s long-term care leadership. To earn your LTCP, complete Long-Term Care, Parts I-IV, or take a single combined course.