titlebar

Certified in Healthcare Human Resources

CHHR

Invest in your future by earning the Certified in Healthcare Human Resources (CHHR) professional designation.

Nationally recognized, CHHR is the premier credential based on sound assessment that delivers both internal and external rewards. It signifies a commitment to career advancement while representing accomplishment and expertise within the health care HR community. A professional who holds the CHHR credential is knowledgeable of the health care environment and health care workforce needs, and is able to adapt this knowledge to their individual health care organization’s needs and goals.

The CHHR exam is designed and administered by the American Hospital Association Certification Center (AHA-CC)


Take the
CHHR Exam

CHHR Exam Fees

Member: $295
Join ASHHRA

Non-Member: $425

CHHR HANDBOOK
The CHHR Candidate Handbook and Application contains the most current information about taking the CHHR exam (see below). ASHHRA provides additional exam preparation resources here.


LOCATIONS / DATES


About the AHA Certification Center (AHA-CC)
The AHA-CC was created in 1999 to develop and manage certification programs first released in 2000.
The AHA-CC is staffed with experts in certification (test development and administration) and contracts with Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc. (AMP) for their psychometric expertise in exam development and administration, among other services. The AHA-CC has also contracted with other organizations to develop and manage their certification programs. Though now managed by their own staff, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) contracted with AHA-CC for two years to develop and launch their certification program. American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) has retained the AHA-CC since 2007 to develop and manage two certification programs for nurse executives and leaders. Learn more about the AHA Certification Center.

 

Administered by the American Hospital Association Certification Center (AHA-CC)
Communicated by the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA)

Last Updated: Thu May 25 2017