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Certified Professional by the American Heart Association - Telehealth (CPAHA) program

American Heart Association, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

The American Heart Association is offering a certification program for healthcare professionals interested in demonstrating a commitment to telehealth. The certification is designed to standardize training for healthcare providers in telehealth care delivery, increase skills and competencies in telehealth care delivery, and help to improve patient outcomes through the integration of telehealth.

The program includes:

  • Evidence-based online telehealth education that combines research, hands-on experiences, and best practices
  • Assessment through live remote proctoring
  • A certificate award

Eligible participants are licensed medical professionals or students studying to become licensed.

Professionals must first complete 5.25 credit hours of continuing education specific to telehealth within the last 12 months. Upon completion and attestation to meeting the education requirements, professionals will be eligible to sit for the certification exam.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Costs are not listed.

Application process

Complete the contact us form at the bottom of the program website to discuss certification.

Tagged as
Health workforce · Health workforce education and training · Licensure and certification of health professionals · Telehealth

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