Our Consultants' Credentials & Certifications
Is your Advisor Certified? Have Confidence in Your Team.
As a healthcare professional you have sought the highest level of training, qualification, and board certification. Why not demand that your advisors do the same? Entrusting someone with the biggest financial decision of your professional career is no small task. Our advisors are certified by some of the foremost organizations in our industry and possess the following qualifications:
Certified Healthcare Business Consultant (CHBC)
The CHBC certification demonstrates an understanding of the total healthcare business environment — both practice management and financial management. It is the certification designation offered by the National Society of Certified Healthcare Business Consultants (NSCHBC)
Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) trains and certifies CVA's to perform business valuations. Through training and rigorous testing, CVAs demonstrate they are qualified to provide capable and professionally executed valuation services. It is the only valuation credentials accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). The CVA is recognized under the qualified appraiser guidelines set forth by the IRS and SBA.
Certified Business Appraiser (CBA)
The prestigious professional designation of CBA denotes a level of competence attained only by the most accomplished business appraisers. It grants its recipients special recognition and prestige among fellow appraisers, the courts, and throughout the business appraisal community. It is a certification designation offered by the Institute of Business Appraisers (IBA). The CVA is recognized under the qualified appraiser guidelines set forth by the IRS and SBA.
Master of Science, Healthcare Administration (MS or MSHCA)
The Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MSHCA) curriculum covers the essential functions of management and critical aspects of the US health care system. Comprehensive knowledge is gained of hospitals, healthcare practices, managed care organizations, mental health and long-term care settings, multi-institutional system central offices, governmental health agencies, and other health related organizations. Subject areas include the analysis of the U.S. health care system, management and organizational behavior of health care organizations, economic and financial aspects of health administration, strategic planning and marketing, public policy, and ethical and legal aspects of health care management.