Keeping Pace/AAMA





Setting Standards of Achievement

  • AAMA sets the standards for credentialing medical administrators in the federal and the private sectors. Through mastery of a defined body of knowledge, demonstrated through a rigorous examination process, members can achieve the respected designation of Credentialed Member or Fellow of the American Academy of Medical Administrators (CAAMA or CFAAMA).
  • Members may advance to Academy Fellow designation or Diplomate status by demonstrating significant achievement in their profession, in research, in organizational service or professional development.

Communicating Today’s Advances

  • The AAMA Executive (published quarterly), Journal of Cardiovascular Management and Journal of Oncology Administration (each published bi-monthly) bring peer-reviewed articles on current issues in healthcare administration, plus information about you, your colleagues and the Academy. Monthly e-mail news briefs keep members up-to-date with Academy news.ducational programs stimulate discussion and encourage dialogue among generalists and specialists, educators, consultants and our corporate partners. From the big picture to specialized sessions, you’ll leave with dozens of ideas to implement immediately – and contacts to call for assistance. Attend as a member, and save more than your annual dues!
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