ABII is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and how it could affect candidates and diplomates. The ABII Board of Trustees has temporarily extended deadlines for several of ABII’s requirements. Candidates and diplomates affected by these changes have been notified by email. ABII will continue to monitor the situation and make additional extensions if needed. ABII staff are available to answer questions and assist candidates and diplomates. Please contact us at info@abii.org if you need assistance.

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Certification is a mark of excellence. Applicants demonstrate that excellence through a process that begins with determining if they are qualified to sit for the Imaging Informatics Professional (IIP) Certification Exam.

After successful completion of the exam, individuals are certified for ten years during which time they must earn and report continuing education credits every two years. At the end of ten years, diplomates must submit documentation of completing additional requirements in order for their certification to remain active. More information about the 10-Year Requirements are available in the downloadable 10-Year Requirement.

The ABII certification program has been developed to be consistent with the standards of The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

If you are considering certification for yourself, please know that help is close at hand each step of the way, starting with this website and the downloadable Certification Guide. Also feel free to ask questions via Contact Us.

Get caught up in understanding ABII’s new certification requirement. Download and save this guide to 10-Year Requirements.
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