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What ABII Does

The American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII) sets the professional certification standards for excellence in a growing field of high-tech healthcare pioneers. It recognizes well-trained professionals who can use technology to maximize efficiency and increase clinical staff satisfaction and productivity, while realizing strategic goals and improving patient care. This is a tall order, indeed. That’s why ABII uses a highly respected certification process to help achieve its mission.

With the Certified Imaging Informatics Professional (CIIP) designation, ABII:

  • Establishes eligibility requirements for professionals who may apply for certification, based on their experience and education.
  • Creates and maintains a certification exam according to strict psychometric principles that include practice analysis, item writing and secure delivery to eligible applicants.
  • Establishes and manages continuing education requirements to ensure individuals are engaged in their profession and kept abreast of advancements in quality, technology and best practice.
  • Sets and manages recertification requirements.

ABII History

ABII was founded in 2007. It is the result of a collaborative effort between the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Its purpose is to provide recognition to qualified Imaging Information Professionals (IIPs) in the successful implementation and management of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS). ABII began administering the IIP exam in 2007.

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