I couldn't find an official public health quality improvement certification, but I did find one for healthcare called a CPHQ (Certified Personnel in Healthcare Quality) through the National Association for Healthcare Quality. More information can be found here. Has anyone earned this? If so, has it been beneficial for public health?
I attended the training course and plan to take the test mid-December. During the training, I noticed that much of the content is applicable to the QI tools and concepts we use in public health. Would this be a good certificate to reflect QI compentencies for QI coordinators? Just thinking out loud..