“Credentialed member, American Academy of Medical Administrators”
The examination for the designation of Credentialed member, American Academy of Medical Administrators (CAAMA) is a test of general knowledge in the field of healthcare administration. While successful completion of the examination does not certify any relationship to a level of performance nor is it a predictor of success in the field of healthcare management, it does indicate that the candidate evidenced knowledge in the recognized Body of Knowledge (BOK) for healthcare administration and that the candidate was knowledgeable in regard to current issues and developments in the field.
QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO APPLY
- Applicants must currently be in a management position in the healthcare field and be a member of the Academy; and hold a baccalaureate degree and four years of successful healthcare related management experience, or hold a masters degree and one year of successful healthcare related management experience.
- Submit a non-refundable fee of $250.00; in the event that the candidate is unsuccessful, the examination may be re-taken up to a maximum of two additional times without charge. A “no-show” (registering but not attending without notice) counts as one exam session.
- Applications must be received no later than the registration cut-off date to be eligible to take the examination. Visit the Academy website (www.aameda.org) or call Headquarters (847/759-8601) for examination dates and locations.
- Study Guide: Preparation
- Study Guide: Sample Exam
- Study Guide: Reading Material
- Exam Schedule and Registration
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