2018 CPC Program 2-Year Check-in Underway: Are you due?

Since the official opening of the 2018 Continued Professional Certification (CPC) Program’s 2-year Check-in, more than half of the 23,000+ CRNAs due to check in this year have already completed the process. This is a great initial response!


The 2-year Check-in is the mid-point requirement in each 4-year CPC Program cycle. Designed with CRNAs’ busy schedules in mind, the 2-year Check-in is simple and quick. Many who have already checked in report that the entire process took less than five minutes. This quick yet important process helps ensure that contact information, licensure information, and record of practice are current and correct – a responsibility of quality certification entities. At the 2-year Check-in, CRNA can also pay their every-two-year credentialing fee (for the upcoming two years), and review their progress in the CPC Program, as well. Feedback from the 2-year Check-in process has been overwhelmingly positive.

“A very efficient process. It took a total of five minutes and gave a snapshot of where I was in the 4-year process. Nice job!” – Andrea L. Roberts, CRNA


Not all CRNAs are required to complete the 2-year Check-in this year, as individual check-in deadlines will vary depending on recertification or initial certification dates. All CRNAs who recertified or initially certified in 2016, however, will need to complete the 2-year Check-in this year. Are you due? To help explain the process and deadlines for completion, CRNAs can view the 2-year Check-in deadline chart, along with FAQs, videos, step-by-step instructions, and more at www.nbcrna.com/2YCI.


“The NBCRNA website is a great resource for all CRNAs who have questions about the 2-year Check-in,” said John Preston, NBCRNA’s Chief Credentialing Officer. “Our goal is to make this process as seamless as possible for everyone.”


Due to Check-in? Visit the NBCRNA online portal from a computer, cell phone, or other mobile device —login and then select “2-year Check-in” from the left-hand menu to complete the process. Questions? Contact the NBCRNA at cpc@nbcrna.com.


For more information and instructions on how to complete the process here is a 3-minute overview video and extended video walk through tutorial.