Medical Assisting Review: Passing the CMA, RMA, and NHA Exams, 4/e
Medical Assisting Review: Passing the CMA, RMA, and CCMA Exams is a comprehensive approach to reviewing the key competencies of a medical assisting program for the student preparing to take the CMA, RMA, or CCMA Medical Assistant certification exams. The text is divided into two parts: Theory Review and Self-Evaluation. The Theory Review provides easy-to-read essential material summaries, which highlight key areas of a Medical Assistant’s program. The chapters are organized into three sections that cover general, administrative, and clinical medical assisting knowledge. The Self-Evaluation section features questions in the areas of General, Administrative, and Clinical Medical Assisting. These correspond to the chapter divisions and also to the actual parts of the certification exams. Similar to the quizzes at the end of each chapter, these questions also follow the CMA, RMA, and CCMA style.
To enhance their learning experience, it is recommended students use McGraw-Hill's Connect Plus, which includes more self-evaluation exams to provide students with additional testing of their medical assisting knowledge. Also included with Connect Plus are over 1000 interactive flashcards with questions and answers allow quick and easy practice of medical assisting.