By Leah Jolly, RVT, Raymond Russell, III, MD, PhD, FACC, MASNC

Artificial intelligence and other emerging technological advances may transform health-care certification, potentially improving access to best practice standards, increasing provider engagement, and bolstering collaboration.

As we look to the future of medical certifications, we see a space stacked with challenges, possibilities, and the certain ebb and flow of innovative change. With this in mind, let us take a closer look at the process of certification, the exciting tools paving the way for educators to reinvent certification, and how this forward momentum can support the training of health-care professionals (HCPs) and provide better patient care for all.

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