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ACMPE Board Certification

For more than 60 years, the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE), the certification and Fellowship authority of MGMA, has been elevating exceptional medical practice administrators to the role of Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE). As the only board certification of its kind, the CMPE credential is recognized as the gold standard in medical practice administration — a unique identifier that opens new doors and grabs the attention of top physicians and executives throughout the industry. Show an entire industry your commitment to the business of medical practice administration. Learn more about the board certification process below.

 

Board Certification Requirements

Ready to raise your profile? Learn more about how to apply and become board certified through ACMPE.

Exam Information

Exam registration is open April 22 - May 6, 2019. Learn more about the two exams required to complete board certification.

Study Resources for Board Certification

Find resources to help you prepare for your board certification exams. Choose the format that best meets your learning style and get started, at your own pace.

ACMPE Continuing Education

Get additional details about how you can earn your required continuing education credits for board certification and Fellowship. 

ACMPE Article Assessments

Earn ACMPE continuing education credit from the assessments included with these MGMA Insight articles.

 

To find out more, visit any link above or simply visit: https://www.mgma.com/career-pathways/career-advancement/acmpe

 

Your Arizona Forum Rep is happy to help you find resources and begin your pursuit of certification or Fellow status.  Contact Laura Inlow at Lheather@cox.net with any questions.

 

Governor Ducey Appoints New Director Of Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Jami Snyder as the director of the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). more

 

CAQH Directory Maintenance Toolkit

Dear Colleagues,

The National Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) has asked we distribute the CAQH (Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare) provider directory maintenance toolkit. Many of you have already been working with CAQH for credentialing. With health plans now required to regularly update their directories, CAQH is exploring opportunities to capture this information one-time for multiple health plans, thus reducing the burden on physician practices to supply the information. They are working within a small number of states, including Arizona. There is no cost to your practice for using this toolkit. You will find a Fact Sheet followed by the information for how to use the Toolkit in the PDF attachment. You’ll also find the contact information for CAQH for any questions.

 

The intent is to simplify the directory update process for physician practices.  AzMGMA will also be monitoring this process and would appreciate hearing from you about successes or concerns.

 

Best regards,

 

Michelin Abrahamsen

AzMGMA President