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Health Science | NHA CCMA | Medical Assisting | AAMA CMA

AAMA CMA vs NHA CCMA: What’s the Difference?

By: Bri Stauffer
January 16th, 2020

When working with CTE medical assisting instructors, it’s clear that one thing they all focus on is helping their students become certified.

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Health Science | NHA CCMA | Medical Assisting | NCCT NCMA

NHA CCMA vs. NCCT NCMA: What’s the Difference?

By: Bri Stauffer
December 5th, 2019

As a health science curriculum provider, we work with hundreds of medical assisting teachers every year.

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Keeping Students Engaged in CTE: Part 1

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Medical Assisting | Kaduceus

Kaduceus vs. HealthCenter21: What’s Better Medical Assisting Curriculum?

By: Chris Zook
November 21st, 2019

HealthCenter21 and Kaduceus are two of the most popular curriculum options for health science teachers with medical assisting classes.

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Health Science | NHA CCMA | Medical Assisting

AMT RMA vs. NHA CCMA: What’s the Difference?

By: Bri Stauffer
September 26th, 2019

Medical assisting is one of the most in-demand healthcare professions in the country.

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Health Science | Medical Assisting

What’s the Difference Between the CMAA and CCMA Certifications?

By: Bri Stauffer
September 12th, 2019

As a health science teacher, preparing your students for certifications is one of the most important aspects of your job.

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NHA CMAA | NAHP NRCMA | Medical Assisting

NAHP NRCMA vs. NHA CMAA: What's the Difference?

By: Bri Stauffer
August 29th, 2019

Medical assisting is one of the fastest growing careers in the country right now.

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