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The Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs (ACMA) is an independent certifying organization that has developed standards and an examination in the field of Medical Affairs for the growing number of healthcare professionals who are involved in medical affairs.
ACMA provides recognition and distinction in the field of medical Affairs for healthcare professionals who successfully credential and complete a written examination.
The success of any team depends on the knowledge and expertise of each of its members. The evolving healthcare landscape along with changes in regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry make specialized training in medical affairs increasingly important for the pharmaceutical industry. In medical affairs, the board certified medical affairs specialist program (BCMAS) is quickly becoming the gold standard when it comes to determining the qualifications and capabilities of a medical affairs professional.
Documentation of specialized experience and skills yields the additional benefits of personal satisfaction, financial rewards and career advancement.
The only Accredited Program, the BCMAS certification is the future of medical affairs™.
As the underlying complexities of drug development and science increase, so will the need for a broader skillset. Those medical affairs professionals who successfully expand their level of knowledge will discover greater career opportunities.
The BCMAS program was developed by subject matter experts from several disciplines such as:
The ACMA partners with medical affairs & compliance within pharmaceutical companies interested in offering the BCMAS program within their organizations.Contact Us to Learn More
The ACMA works closely with colleges of medicine, pharmacy and PhD programs in the life & physical sciences to offer the BCMAS program to students in an accredited doctoral program. Currently, the BCMAS program is utilized in colleges of pharmacy, medicine, and PhD programs.Contact Us to Learn More
To learn more about our certification program including eligibility and requirements,
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The MACC program is open to anyone with a general involvement or interest in the Medical Affairs field. Benchmark your professional competency within Medical Affairs and sharpen your skills.Apply Online
The BCMAS program certifies doctoral level professionals and validates their professional credentials. To be eligible for the program you must have graduated with a terminal degree (MD, DO, PhD, or PharmD). Students enrolled in an accredited doctoral program (MD, DO, PharmD and PhD) are eligible. In addition, to receive board certification you are required to complete an exam. The BCMAS program is an online program.Apply Online