Healthcare facilities need the presence of medical assistance to function better. However, employers prefer hiring skillful, professional medical assistants who possess certification as proof of their knowledge and competency. So, if you want to pursue a medical assistant career, you must enroll and pass the AAMA certification test and become certified. Why recertifies your Certificate? […]
All healthcare workers must undertake 100 hours of continuing medical education every two years to maintain their license to practice. This may seem daunting, especially if you have to pay for it. Most employers do not offer a stipend, even though the costs involved are quite hefty. Many resources are approved for Category 1 CME […]
Medical assistants have to maintain their credentials even after graduating by taking continuing education courses. There are many ways these recertification requirements can be met either through employment in the respective field or participation in a related organization. Registers Medical Assistants (RMA) have their certification valid for only three years. Within that time, professionals must […]
Continued medical education – or CME – is one of the most important things a medical provider or assistant can do for themselves, their patients, and their careers. If you are considering an AAMA Certified Medical Assistant program, here are just a few of the ways investing that time and effort in your ongoing education […]
Continuing your education as a medical assistant is very important. There are numerous reasons to do so, including improving and strengthening skills, learning new techniques, and keeping your certification current for working in your state or country. However, continuing education can be very expensive. Anyone who has attended college or even gone through a certification […]
Some high-paying medical assistant jobs require some form of medical assistant certification. The American Association of Medical Assistants (AMMA) and the American Medical Technologists (AMT) are the main certification entities for medical assistants in the United States. Upon completing your medical assistant education and being eligible for national certification, you must complete continuing education credits […]
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