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Preparing to pass the medical assisting exam. (CD-ROM included).


Preparing to pass the medical assisting exam. (CD-ROM included)

Harrison, Carlene.

Jones & Bartlett


319 pages




This book/CD-ROM study guide will aid medical assistants preparing to take either the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Certified Medical Assisting Exam (CMA), or the American Medical Technologists (AMT) Registered Medical Assisting Exam (RMA). The book's table of contents follows the outline of the exams. Early chapters offer guidance on preparing to take the exam, the certification process, and study techniques and exam-taking strategies. The rest of the book offers a narrative content review of all three areas tested on the CMA exam--clinical knowledge, administrative knowledge, and general knowledge--with 20 practice questions following each chapter. Key points and essential definitions are presented in numerous tables and charts. B&w anatomical illustrations are included. The CD-ROM contains 1,000 review questions, with explained answers. Harrison is dean of the School of Allied Health at Hodges University. Weiss is program chair of Health Studies at Hodges University

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