Healthcare Accreditation Certification Program (HACP)
Knowledge you need, Recognition you deserve!

2024 HACP Preparatory Course & National Examination

The Infection Control (IC)
Program Outline, Faculty & Registration

Program Outline

2024 HACP-IC Examination Preparatory Course: September 23, 2024
Registration 0730Remove Mobile Link - 0830
Welcome & Introductions
0830Remove Mobile Link - 0845
Introduction to IPC Leadership & Program Responsibilities 0845Remove Mobile Link - 1000
Break 1000 - 1015
IPC Basic Principles / Sterilization & Disinfection 1015 - 1200
Lunch 1200 - 1300
Hospital-Aquired Infections, Antibiotics, & High-Risk Areas 1300 - 1430
Break 1430 - 1445
Infectious Diseases & Emergency Preparedness 1445 - 1630
Adjournment 1630
Woven throughout the education program will be a review of key content areas comprising the HACP-IC examination!
2024 National HACP-IC Examination: September 24, 2024
Registration & Continental Breakfast 0730Remove Mobile Link - 0830
HACP-IC Examination 0830Remove Mobile Link - 1200

Course Facilitator

Connie Compton, BS, RCP, HACP
Connie Compton is a Generalist Surveyor for CIHQ/ARS. Connie has more than 22 years of experience in healthcare including regulatory compliance and survey preparation.
Connie’s clinical background is in respiratory care. She has held clinical as well as executive management positions in Respiratory Services, Medical Staff Education, Accreditation, and Patient Safety. Prior to joining CIHQ, Connie was the Accreditation Coordinator/Safety Compliance Officer for the Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center.
Connie joined CIHQ in 2015 as a Generalist Lead Surveyor. Connie’s role expanded to include oversight of standards interpretation, mock survey report review and document management for ARS.
Connie received her Associates degree in Respiratory Science from Southwest Virginia Community College and subsequently received her Bachelor degree in Healthcare Administration from King University. She is nationally certified in healthcare accreditation (HACP) and was among the nation’s first to be certified as a Joint Commission Professional (CJCP).