The NSCHBC is a national organization dedicated to serving the needs of consultants who provide ethical, confidential and professional advice to the healthcare industry.
We do this by:
- Establishing a standard of conduct that assures those in the healthcare profession of the availability of ethical competent business managers.
- Encouraging our members to become certified members of the Society by providing education and training to assist members in fulfilling the requirements of certification.
- Providing valuable tools for your business, including our annual national statistics report.
- Continuously providing educational forums and meetings that include the best and the brightest speakers/instructors in our industry.
- Sharing information and networking among members, which serves to advance the profession of medical and dental management consulting.
The goal of the National Society of Certified Healthcare Business Consultants is to create a strong, united organization from the membership of the three former organizations:
The National Association of Healthcare Consultants was formed in 1993 by members of the Society of Professional Business Consultants (SPBC), to provide a wide range of educational programs and benefits to its members, to promote the services of its member consultants to the healthcare industry, and to sponsor a professional certification program for its members. The SPBC was formed in 1957.
The Society of Medical Dental Management Consultants was formed in 1968 to advance the profession of healthcare consulting, the sharing of management techniques and the improvement of individual skills. SMD was instrumental in elevating the field of consulting by participating in the development of the Institute of Certified Healthcare Business Consultants.
The Institute of Certified Healthcare Business Consultants was formed in 1975 to establish standards of qualifications and ethics for practice management and financial planning consultants, individuals, and firms who concentrate on serving the business needs of medical and dental offices.
You can learn more about the NSCHBC by visiting: http://www.nschbc.org