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There are different paths for different situations. If the member’s credentials have expired and are not currently working in the field that member will have to complete a 90 hour continue education course in one of our approved academic institutions. In the other hand, if the member is currently working in the field the member will be allowed to renew. They must pay the reactivation fee, renewal fee and complete a continue education seminar.
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Depending on your credential type, they are usually valid for 2 years and must be renewed 2 months in advance prior to the expiration date.
Expired Credential fees are applied to members who do not renew within the established time frame.
Credentials numbers are located in the bottom of your credential card.
The medical field is ever changing; every year new protocols, procedures, and standards change. This continued education material is necessary for members to provide the best patient care.
This exclusive online webinar provides you with valuable insights and updates on the latest medical research and protocols. From current medical updates to best practices for staying prepared, this education-focused webinar is a must-attend for new members and members renewing their credentials.
Professional certification grants recognition to a professional individual who has met specific qualifications. This standard is an examination of knowledge and skill by a professional independent credentialing agency, such as NCMA.
Licensing is a required process one must do, by which an agency of government regulates a profession. It grants permission to an individual to engage in an occupation.
It is important to note that although states may not explicitly require national certifications, they do have regulations determining the scope of practice for medical professionals, which can influence the tasks an uncertified medical professional can legally perform.
Additionally, even if a state doesn’t legally mandate national certifications, employers often prefer or require medical professionals to be certified as it demonstrates a level of competency and may be necessary for their billing or accreditation purposes.
Most employers prefer hiring medical professionals with national certifications. Regardless of the legal mandate, obtaining NCMA credentials can open doors to better job opportunities and professional growth.
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