Clinical Laboratory Testing: Keeping Up With CLIA (2021 Update)
NOTE: The 2023 updated version of this course will be released shortly. If you are renewing your Assessment-Based Recognition in Order Entry, please check back soon.

Advances in medical technology have made laboratory testing more sophisticated and more common. Study the regulations surrounding clinical laboratory tests, as well as the processes involved in conducting them.

CMAs (AAMA)® do not need the ABR-OE. The CMA (AAMA) credential meets the CMS “credentialed medical assistant” definition because CMA (AAMA) education, training, and testing includes electronic order entry. Therefore, the ABR-OE is not granted to CMAs (AAMA).

Those who are students in a CAAHEP- or ABHES-accredited medical assisting program at any point in time are not eligible to participate in the ABR-OE program. Also, those who at any point in time have held the CMA (AAMA) credential (or its predecessor credential, CMA) are not eligible for the ABR-OE.

Visit the AAMA website for more information on eligibility and application policies.
Availability: Retired
Cost: Member: $10.00
Nonmember: $15.00
CEU Offered:
No CEU Offered
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