Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) is dedicated to achieving a high
standard of excellence for cardiac arrhythmia professionals around the
globe and continuing to keep pace with modern medicine. While creating
domestic and international examinations based on U.S. standards, IBHRE
is looking forward to fostering international partnerships in order to
help meet the needs of other healthcare systems and facilitate the
advancement of the profession on a global scale.
IBHRE provides an
international standard for validation of heart rhythm competency for the
physician and allied healthcare professional through a diverse body of
international subject matter experts, the delivery of examinations
world-wide, and through representation of its international certificant-base.
Over the last 15 years, IBHRE has seen the number and diversity of its
international certificants increase exponentially, with certification
recipients from more than 45 countries.
IBHRE understands that
different healthcare systems have different standards, certification
requirements, and needs. Through the formation of an international
partnership with the Japanese Heart Rhythm Society, IBHRE developed the
“Japan Certification Examination for Competency in Cardiac Rhythm Device
Therapy for the Allied Professional.”
of knowledge is critical for the advancement of the heart rhythm
profession. Only through partnerships with other organizations
internationally can IBHRE realize its vision for a global standard of
excellence in the field. International applicants can elect to take any
of IBHRE’s given exams or have their organizations partner with IBHRE to
tailor and deliver the exam in their preferred language.
Although bridging the
differences in language and practice can be a daunting challenge, the
seemingly impossible can be done if the commitment is there.
We welcome the
opportunity to work with your organization. For more information, please
the Executive Director of IBHRE.
Recent certificants from
Japan show off their new
credentials to IBHRE President Dr. Charles Love.