Since 1999 the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® has developed criteria to determine competence in the practice of compliance and ethics across various industries and specialty areas, and recognizes individuals meeting these criteria through its compliance certification programs. CCB is an independent body made up of compliance and ethics professionals who determine what obligations you need to fulfill prior to and after certification.
More than 11,800 people actively hold at least one of CCB's compliance and ethics professional certifications, including an international certification for individuals who work outside the United States or those who have international affiliates.
CCB's healthcare compliance certifications
Benefits to becoming CCB certified
The purpose of certification is to promote compliance and ethics through the certification of qualified compliance professionals. Additionally, certification:
- Enhances certificate holders’ credibility within their organizations and among their peers.
- Encourages continued personal and professional growth in the practice of compliance and ethics.
- Provides a national standard of requisite knowledge required for certification.
2019 Certification Board Members
Debbie Troklus CCEP‑F, CCEP‑I, CHC-F, CHPC, CHRC
Managing Director, Ankura Consulting
Al Josephs, CHC
Tenet Healthcare Corporation
Art Weiss JD, CCEP‑F, CCEP-I
Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, TAMKO Building Products, Inc.
Deann M. Baker CHC, CCEP, CHRC
Sutter Care at Home Compliance Officer, Sutter Health
Shin Jae Kim Hong, CCEP, CCEP-I
Partner, Tozzini Freire Advogados
Jill Edmondson, CCEP
Manager Corporate Compliance & Ethics, The Home Depot
Louis Perold, CCEP, CCEP-I
Global Compliance Manager, Jabil
R. Brett Short, CHC, CHPC
Chief Compliance Officer, UK HealthCare/Univ. of Kentucky