According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the healthcare field continues to represent the fastest growing segment of our nation's economy. The American School of Business (ASB) recognized the need for certifying these individuals and through its newest division, the American Medical Certification Association (AMCA), the ASB is offering certification exams to the allied healthcare field. The American School of Business is nationally approved and recognized as a certification organization in all 50 states.
Increasing numbers of trained, career-oriented professionals enter this promising field each year, sharing common goals, interests and needs. To help these healthcare professionals meet their goals, AMCA is offering a certification exam to increase a candidate’s marketability and enhance their career portfolio.
The American School of Business (ASB) established in 1983, has a proven reputation in providing a quality education and up-to-date materials. The ASB’s newest division, AMCA, will enhance that reputation by offering quality certification exams to the allied healthcare field.
What is Certification?
Certification or the word certify as defined by Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (2000) means, to attest as being true or as represented as meeting a standard. It is through a set of standards that the American Medical Certification Association has developed each of its exams. Each exam is developed by a team of Subject Matter Experts who have years of experience in their chosen field. The exams are designed to meet standards that will certify each successful exam candidate has proven that they are knowledgeable in their specific subject matter. The exams are based on 5 subject areas: Medical Terminology, Medical Law and Ethics, OSHA and Infection Control, Anatomy and Physiology and the subject matter related to that specific area i.e., phlebotomy, EKG or mental health.
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