Medical assisting is one of the most popular health science classes in the country, and almost every one of those classes ends with a certification exam. Two of the most common choices are the NHA CCMA certification and the AMCA CMAC certification. But figuring out which one to use isn’t easy. The certifications have many commonalities and differences, and one may be a better fit for your program than the other. So how do you decide?
Health science certifications are some of the most important and varied credentials for students to earn in preparation for their careers.
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Certification, accreditation, and licensure are all professional development opportunities for students and health care workers who want to improve their knowledge and skills in the health care industry.
With healthcare always changing, the course standards and industry certification exams change as well. While these changes help to set students up for their careers, they can cause confusion and frustration for teachers. So, with the new NHA CMAA test out there, what do you need to know to prepare your students for the CMAA? We've taken a look at the newest NHA CMAA certification test plan to give you the details. We've also asked a health science instructor how she prepares her students even when changes come around!