The virtual self-paced CHISL Prep Course takes the learner on a deeper dive into the constructs of the CHISL Examination. Students will learn from expert CHISL leaders, experienced in the both the field and in the CHISL program.
This course transforms studying into application, providing clear peer-led sessions for each domain area concentrating on critical topics and leaving the student with tangible insight.
Who is Eligible to participate in the CHISL program?
To participate in the CHISL program an individual must be a current AEHIS member in good standing. Once an individual meets the requirements of membership and becomes a member of AEHIS they are eligible to enter the CHISL program.
CHISL Candidate Requirements
- Be an active AEHIS member
- Possess a baccalaureate degree or be enrolled in a baccalaureate program
- Complete the program enrollment form with program enrollment fee of $649 (This fee includes; CHISL application, study materials, practice exam and exam fees)
Program enrollment is active for 12 months.
The CHISL Exam will need to be completed within those 12 months
The CHISL examination consists of 125 multiple choice questions, including scenario-based and independent questions. The examination will be taken without the aid of study guides or other resources. The exam must be completed within 2.5 hours. The CHISL examination is offered at CHIME in-person events, online remote, and at testing centers worldwide.
Testing in the convenience of your office or home office is available through CHIME University.
This course features the following elements:
- Peer-to-peer insight into the concepts learners will be tested on
- Flexible learning to meet each persons’ level of knowledge and availability
- Short sample quizzes to test level of understanding at each Domain
- Personalized guide and point of contact to walk you through this process
- CHISL Exam Blueprint
- Reading resources
- Sample test
- Gap assessment
- CHISL Exam
Learners are expected to take the Gap Assessment in order to help provide a more concrete understanding of their knowledge, skills, and experience on the CHISL exam. This will showcase their strengths in various situations and settings as well as identify areas for further development and exposure.
Learners are expected to engage with the facilitator, materials, as well as participate in domain activities in order to strengthen areas of weakness and refresh pre-existing domain knowledge.
CHISL certification status requirements:
- Successfully pass the Certified Healthcare Information Security Leader (CHISL) examination
- Have minimum three years of professional experience in a qualified healthcare information security position or equivalent role within the past six years*
- Complete *25 qualifying Continuing Education Units (CEUs) within the 24 months prior or 12 months after enrolling in the program (see CEU tab for additional information)
- Minimum half (12.5) coming from CHIME/AEHIS related events
- Attest to uphold the CHIME Professional Standards of Conduct
To maintain/renew your CHISL & CHISL-Eligible status:
- Continue your AEHIS membership in good standing.
- Complete 45 hours of Continuing Education Units (CEUs), of which 50% must be CHIME/AEHIS activities. These 45 CEU hours must be completed over your 3 year credential renewal cycle.
- Submit renewal/maintenance fee of $199
- Adhere to the CHIME Professional Standards of Conduct
*In lieu of submitting CEUs, one may sit for the CHISL exam. If you have completed at least 80% of your CEUs within three years, you may apply for a six-month extension to complete the remaining credits