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The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) credential is a professional marker of distinction, one that demonstrates to employers and colleagues that a medical assistant adheres to a stringent set of professional medical assistant standards. The credential and exam are administered by the Certifying Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) in consultation with the National Board of Medical Examiners.
The CMA credential is voluntary, though many medical assistants find that individual employers require it prior to making an offer of employment.
The exam is a computer-based test that is comprised of 200 multiple-choice questions. Questions are given in four 40-minute segments with an optional 20 minutes of break time that may be used in between segments. A total of three hours and 15 minutes is allotted for the test.
Exam topics include:
Anatomy and physiology
Collecting, processing and testing of specimens
Maintaining the office environment
Medical guidelines and requirements
Office policies and procedures
Patient history interview
Patient preparation and assisting the physician
Preparing and administering medications
Principles of infection control
Resource information and community services
Scheduling and monitoring appointments
Screening and processing mail
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