Professionals in the Business of Healthcare

For nearly 30 years, the National Society of Certified Healthcare Consultants (NSCHBC) and its originating organizations have provided an active forum for networking and sharing best practices, giving their members an in-depth understanding of the healthcare environment that is unmatched. We believe in passing on knowledge to our fellow members, sharing our insights and best practices and in turn passing on unparalleled benefits to our members' clients.

NSCHBC also provides a certification program to provide the essential credentials needed for members to successfully distinguish themselves in a competitive marketplace. The Certified Healthcare Business Consultant (CHBC) designation recognizes individuals who have achieved the industry's highest standards. The requirements for certification are based on professional experience, a written exam and require continuing education credits to stay certified.

Upcoming Events

Webinar: Patient Engagement - So much more than just a patient portal.
Join Rhian Gregory, Senior Manager of Product Marketing, with athenahealth, October 2nd at 1:30 Eastern, to learn how medical practices are successfully using patient engagement strategies and tools (including patient portals) to improve care and deliver results to their patients and practice. Click Here to Register.

2015 Advanced Consultant Winter Retreat
Save the Date for this winter's Advanced Consultant Retreat January 8th and 9th. Prior to the Retreat there will be a Board Meeting January 7th. Back by popular demand we will be returning to Fort Myers, Florida with educational sessions convening at Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Co, P.A. We would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to Karen Mosteller, Sam Omar, and their entire office for hosting the Society again this year! Registration will open in October.

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