CMA And CMRS: A Role In Medical Terminology

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The impact on CMA and CMRS and on how both can play a role in medical terminology. After doing my research I have learned the differences between how to become a medical assistant/professional and how the CMA does has an impact on medical terminology in so many ways you couldn’t even image. I think it just not about taking the exam or even taken other test it’s about knowing your knowledge. The CMRS also taught me if u decide to become a medical billing you have to know the material of it, and the different requirements you have to accomplish. In my research paper will explain the requirements of CMA and CMRS exams it will also explain if you do not complete both of these exams then you wouldn’t be able apply for a medical assistant jobs. Medical …show more content…
This certificate provides the knowledge and credibility to the biller and to potential of the health care providers as well of their employers. I realized that the CMRS testing are required and plus on a higher level to allow the biller to empower themselves by taking step to improve to work with doctors. The requirements for CMRS is to reach their higher education of taking the exam, medical reimbursement specialist exam, knowing enough about medical billing coding to pass, require to a course of training , and taking the exam does have a requirement for a membership in (AMBA). The exam can be taken on online and allow 45 days to complete and submit the exam. If you know every step for both of the CMA and CMRS exams then you would not have an issue to become medical assistant/professional or to become a medical billing. The real question is what is importance of medical terminology ‘Candice Markham’ October 7, 2013 para 1. Who’ said medical terminology has they own language and it help the medical assistant or nurse to understand completely what is happening or what has be done to help a patient. This language is not just limited to doctors, nurse and or medical or medical practitioners as it important for other workers in the healthcare to master it well. In the Medical field if you don’t complete the CMA or CMRS exams some of the medical workers will lose their jobs because it very important for any healthcare …show more content…
Yes ‘also I think the requirements for medical assistant is very important too because which myself is going to school for becoming a Medical Administrative assistant. By researching all of the information on the CMA and CMRS exams it gave me an idea of knowing what am getting too. I know it might be struggles or temptation may get in my way but I know at end it will be all worth it. I know some people wish they had chance to go back and finished their career , I’m not trying to be one those people to look back and say I wish ,I couldn’t did that I want to be one of those people to say I made it through my

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