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American Association of Medical Assistants

In the year 1956, American association of medical assistants was established, which was one and only devoted exclusively to the medical assisting profession. This association is the main association which is exclusively to the medical assisting profession. Till the year 2016 more than 190,000 medical assistants had been awarded the certified medical assistant through this institution. The aim of this association is to provide medical assistant professional with medical education, credential acknowledgment, certification, opportunities, scope-of-practice protection, advocacy for quality patient-centered health care and networking. The certification for this association may be achieved by taking the CMA certification examination offered by the AAMA certifying board in consultation with the national board of medical examiners, which also administers many national exams for physicians. In order to maintain certification, CMA (AAMA) must be re-certifying every 60 months by continuing education or re-examination. The CMA (AAMA) certificate is awarded to those medical assistants; who pass the CMA (AAMA) certification or recertification examination conducted by national board of medical examiners. The core value of the CMA is actively participating in the delivery of quality health care and to promote patient safety and well-being. Medical assistants are the multi-skilled members of the executive health care team and their work will be to perform clinical and administrative procedures under the supervision of licensed health care providers and to contribute positive health care experience for patients. The medical assisting code of ethics of CMA (AAMA) sets principles of ethical and moral character to relate to the medical profession and the particular practice of medical assisting. The association members dedicated to the conscientious pursuit of their profession. Their main role will be: A) To render the service with full respect and maintain the dignity of humanity. B) To respect the confidential information gained through employment. C) Uphold the honor and high principles of the profession and maintain accept its disciplines. D) To improve the knowledge and skills of medical assistants for the benefit of patients and professional colleagues continually. E) To participate in additional service activities aimed toward improving the health and well-being of the community.

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