EP Professionals – CCI Needs your input for the RCES Survey by December 12th

November 27, 2018

Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) is requesting your assistance to help plan the future of the Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES) credentialing program!


If you have already responded to this survey, CCI thanks you and asks that you share it with your colleagues.


CCI conducts reviews of all credentialing programs to maintain quality and ensure examinations continue to be relevant to what the professional does on a daily basis. Recently, a group of testing experts and electrophysiology professionals met to review the current RCES examination blueprint. After reviewing the exam blueprint, the subject matter experts recommended revising the blueprint content and adjusting the relative weight or emphasis given to the content areas of the examination.


For the next phase of this process, CCI invites members of the cardiac electrophysiology profession to participate in a short survey to “validate” the revised content and test weighting. The survey should not take more than twenty minutes to complete. If you do not have time to complete the survey in one sitting, you can stop and complete the survey later (provided you use the same computer and have cookies enabled on that computer, the survey will resume where you left off).


Respondents who complete the survey before Wednesday December 12th at 11:59 PM EST will be eligible for a drawing for a VISA gift card valued at $100.00 USD. Your responses will be kept confidential. We appreciate your assistance! If you have any questions or experience difficulty responding, please feel free to contact CCI Headquarters.


Please note, to be eligible for the drawing, you must provide your name and email address in the provided fields at the end of the survey.


To begin the survey, visit:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCI-RCES-5


The examination and credentialing process helps establish and maintain standardization for the profession. CCI appreciates everyone taking the time to complete the survey. Greater numbers of responses from individuals will increase the validity of the survey, so please forward this to your colleagues who are part of the cardiac electrophysiology team.