Certification Course Now Available Online at www.phiinstitute.org
LOVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 17/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Population Health Impact Institute (PHII) is pleased to announce that Joe Chimera, Ph.D., is the 25th person to receive the Methods Evaluation Process (MEP) Certification.
The PHI Institute offers the MEP course to provide individuals with the credentials to promote transparent and comparative effectiveness assessments. In conjunction with the Healthcare Transparency Accreditation Program(TM) (H-TAP(TM)) for population health programs, MEP Certification empowers individuals to evaluate key strategies that promote outcomes benchmarking, encouraging a continuous learning culture.
The following have recently received MEP Certification:
Joe Chimera, Ph.D. adds "I highly recommend MEP Certification to anyone who is accountable for managing health services or making health services purchasing decisions. In value-driven healthcare, it is essential that one can assess healthcare using transparent and accepted evaluation principles; MEP Certification teaches one how to develop evaluation methods."
For more information about the MEP Certification Program for individuals, visit www.PHIinstitute.org or contact Regan Weaver at [email protected] / (513) 349-5846.
Founded in 2004, the Population Health Impact Institute is a 501c(3) nonprofit with a mission to promote credible, transparent, standardized, and replicable impact evaluations of defined population health management programs for public and private sector organizations through education, research and benchmarking services. Visit www.PHIinstitute.org for more information.
SOURCE The Population Health Impact Institute
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