Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
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Become a critical member of healthcare teams.
Clinical medical assistants combine clinical and procedural knowledge, working across the domain of healthcare facilities to aid inpatient treatments and clinical operations.
CCMAs work directly with patients and support the work of doctors and other healthcare professionals.
The 100% online course will prepare you to work as a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA).
Flexible. Convenient. Accessible.
Instructional content delivered virtually via module-based learning and accessible anywhere 24/7 through our mobile and tablet-friendly student portal. Flexible self-paced curriculum with no due dates or set schedules on assignments.
With our training, you will be fully prepared to successfully pass the NHA exam and find your way into the job market as a CCMA. We have designed and developed a comprehensive training program with many practice opportunities for you to feel comfortable with the exam. You will always have an instructor available to answer any questions you may have.
Interactive skills, activities, built-in self-checks, 3D animated demonstrations, interactive flashcards & progress tracking tools. No additional costs are required for textbooks, learning material, or certification exam fee.
The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) is a national certification exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA), the largest allied health certification organization in the U.S., with over one million certifications awarded over more than 30 years. This exam serves to validate the skills of medical assistants and demonstrates their dedication to the profession. According to the 2020 Industry Outlook produced by the NHA, 89% of employers require or encourage certification for medical assistants, and 63% increase pay when certification is obtained. This course includes a voucher for the cost of the CCMA certification exam at no additional cost to you.
After completing the course, you can sit for the nationally NHA certification exam at a PSI testing center, or proctor online.
Course materials available immediately upon enrollment.
Nationally Accredited Certification Exam registration fee is covered by us.
Instructor-led, discussion boards, and virtual classmate interactions.
All-inclusive 12-month access to online interactive learning materials.
Study guide and 6 comprehensive practice tests.
Practice questions and interactive games covering all basic and necessary job skills.
Case study videos for real-life application.
Audio narration for each page and video.
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The course consists of 18 modules of instructional content broken down into respective lessons. Each module contains detailed lectures and notes, animated video lectures, interactive activities, real-world clinical cases, classmate interaction, laboratory simulations, constant feedback, and support from instructors.
Welcome: Course OverviewFREE PREVIEW
Course Syllabus & Planning Your ScheduleFREE PREVIEW
Course Details and AssignmentsFREE PREVIEW
Why Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)?FREE PREVIEW
Meet Your Instructors & Office Hours
Meet Your Classmates
Instructions on Accessing Your AES
Instructions on Accessing Your NHA Portal
Advance Planning for the Certification Exam (AMCA)
Advance Planning for the Certification Exam (NHA)
Industry Outlook Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
What is the meaning of anatomy and physiology?
Anatomy and PhysiologyFREE PREVIEW
PowerPoint: Basic Anatomy & Physiology
PowerPoint: Integumentary System
PowerPoint: Skeletal System
PowerPoint: Muscular System
PowerPoint: Nervous & Sensory
PowerPoint: Cardiovascular & Lymphatic
PowerPoint: Respiratory System
PowerPoint: Digestive and Urinary Systems
PowerPoint: Endocrine System
PowerPoint: Reproductive System
Applied Education System: Basic Anatomy and Physiology:
Case Study: Shane’s Daycare Incident
Worksheet 1: Body Function
NHA Study Guide: Body Structures and Organ Systems
Introduction to Pharmacology
PowerPoint: Multiple Sclerosis
PowerPoint: Parkinson’s Disease (PD)
AES: Diseases and Disorders
Question & Discussion: What are Diseases and Disorders?
PowerPoint: Introduction to Pharmacology
PowerPoint: Parenteral Medication
PowerPoint: Preparing and Administering Medication
Medical Assistant Pharmacology
Pharmacology: Question and Discussion
Web Resources: Medical Terminology IntroductionFREE PREVIEW
PowerPoint: Medical Terminology
AES: Medical Terminology
Critical Thinking Discussion Challenge
NHA Study Guide: Medical Terminology
Basics of Infection Prevention
PowerPoint: Infection Control
PowerPoint: Standard Precautions
PowerPoint: Transmission-Based Precautions
AES: Infection Control
NHA Study Guide: Infection Prevention
PowerPoint: HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis
PowerPoint: Bloodborne Pathogens
AES: Bloodborne Pathogens
NHA Study Guide: Microbiology
Medical Law & Ethics
Confidentiality of Patient Information, Introduction to HIPAA
Most Common HIPAA Violations
PowerPoint: Liability and Ethics
An Overview of the Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare
PowerPoint: Civil and Criminal Law
Powerpoint: Privacy and Security
Power point: Advance Directives and Client Rights
AES: Legal and Ethical Responsibilities
Patient's Bill of Rights
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)
NHA Study Guide: Medical Law & Ethics
PowerPoint: Basic Communication
PowerPoint : Interpersonal Communication
PowerPoint: Communication Barriers
PowerPoint- Cultural Diversity
Professional Appearance and Appropriate Behavior
PowerPoint: Health Disparities and Health Equity
AES: Cultural, Social and Ethnic Diversity
NHA Study Guide: Communication and Customer Service
PowerPoint: Clinical Communication
Standard Medical Record and Types of Reports
PowerPoint: Admissions, Transfers, and Discharges
Admissions, Transfers, and Discharges
NHA Study Guide: Patient Care Coordination and Education
Methods of Scheduling
Electronic Health Record (EHR)
NHA Study Guide: Administrative Assisting
PowerPoint: Introduction to Health Information Technology
Health Information Technology
PowerPoint: Clients Status
PowerPoint: physical Exams
PowerPoint: Special population- Pediatric Patients
PowerPoint: Special Populations- Elderly Patients
PowerPoint :Caring for the Elderly
PowerPoint: Dealing with Death
PowerPoint: Physically & Developmentally Impaired Patients
PowerPoint: The Surgical Patient
The Surgical Patient
PowerPoint: Emergency Care
PowerPoint: Cardiac Emergencies
PowerPoint: Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
NHA Study Guide: Psychology
PowerPoint: Wellness and Nutrition
Wellness and Nutrition
Study Guide: Nutrition
NHA: Study Guide: General Patient Care
PowerPoint: Body Mechanics
PowerPoint: Specimen Collection and Testing
Specimen Collection and Testing
Study Guide: Testing and Laboratory Procedures
NHA Study Guide: Phlebotomy
12 Lead ECG Placement
PowerPoint: Electrocardiography Cardiovascular Stress Testing
NHA Study Guide: EKG and Cardiovascular Testing
CPR and Basic Life Support
American Heart Association, BLS
Medical Assistant (CCMA) Online Practice
The First Practice Assessment
Second Practice Assessment
Supplemental Practice Exam
After completing the course, you can sit for AMCA the nationally accredited certification exam. AMCA has hundreds of approved test sites across the US. Depending on the test site, hours of operation and exam administration times could vary. However, all AMCA exams are administered between 8:30 AM and 9:00 PM respective to the time zone.
Total Number of questions on the exam
Allotted time for exam
3 hours and 30 mins.
Live Remote Proctoring Available
Certified clinical medical assistants serve in a variety of functions that combine office operations and patient procedures. CCMA's may coordinate patient scheduling, facilitate office visits and manage patient records, including Electronic Health Records (EHR). They may also assist with exams and procedures such as EKG, phlebotomy, and laboratory procedures.
While CCMAs may serve in a variety of roles in the healthcare setting, including office processes, clinical procedures and patient management, Certified Nurses Assistants (CNAs) work full-time with patients and may help with basic care activities such as dressing, bathing, and moving patients while they are under medical care.
The healthcare field offers one of the leading areas of opportunities for career growth today. Within healthcare, medical assistants are among the most in-demand professionals. NHA estimates that job openings for medical assistants are increasing by 9-15% each year. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics concurs with the NHA estimate. Its data indicates job opportunities for medical assistants will grow by 23% overall by 2028. This is four times the expected average growth for all jobs. Medical assistants earn $34,800 per year, or $20 per hour on average, according to BLS data.
CCMAs commonly work in hospitals, physicians' offices, outpatient clinics, and other healthcare facilities, according to the BLS.