The Future of Continuing Education and Professional
What are Bylaws? Bylaws are your organization's operating manual. They define: Size of the board and how it will function. Roles and duties of directors and officers. Rules and procedures for holding meetings, electing directors, and appointing officers.
CMA (AAMA) Status All CMAs (AAMA) must have current status to use the credential, including for qualifying to enter orders for the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program.
NEW Recertification Policy Change 4/2018 The time limit for recertifying the CMA (AAMA) credential by continuing education: Recertification by Continuing Education Time Limit.Effective January 1, 2020, an individual whose credential has been expired for more than three months forfeits the right to reactivate the credential by continuing education and must sit for the CMA (AAMA) Certification/Recertification Examination.
Candidates are allowed three attempts to pass the exam. If the candidate does not pass on the third attempt, the candidate is no longer eligible for the exam or to recertify the CMA (AAMA) credential.
Requirements for Recertification To recertify your CMA (AAMA) credential by continuing education, a total of 60 recertification points are required across the following categories:
30 from any combination of general, administrative, and clinical
Remember, at least 30 of your 60 recertification points must be accumulated from AAMA approved CEUs.
Take advantage of membership benefits and pay reduced fee's for this meeting;
New or renewing member(if you have ever been an AAMA member): Join on or after September 1, 2018, and receive membership through December 31, 2019.