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tr.v. re·cer·ti·fied, re·cer·ti·fy·ing, re·cer·ti·fies
To renew the certification of, especially certification given by a licensing board.

re′cer·ti·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.


formal the act or process of recertifying someone or something
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The discussions focused on the professionals and specialties involved in recertification, as well as on the calendar of work, consultation and implementation of the reform .
These are expected to follow the eventual resolution of the recertification requirements by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA).
The Supreme Court earlier said that the 2-year-old TRO would be lifted only after the FDA had completed its recertification process and promulgated a decision.
Yet, the ABIM has been too slow to develop rigorous evidence to support the validity of its recertification examination.
Documenting income limits, developing recertification schedules, and processing recertification
1) Beginning in July 2006, the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA) required most new Medicaid applicants, as well as most current beneficiaries (at their next recertification of eligibility), to document their citizenship.
Recertification applications have been posted to The Florida Bar website.
Physician Assistant Board Review: Certification and Recertification, 3rd Edition (online access included)
PowerPhone said it has announced the recertification of the Berwyn Communications Center (City of Berwyn, Illinois) for the Total Response system to support Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD).
This recertification (first iissued in 2008) demonstrates ADCP's effective quality management system to guide and govern its operations, said a statement from the UAE company.
WASHINGTON -- Starting next year, the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) will institute a pair of changes in recertification requirements for Certified Pharmacy Technicians (CPhTs).