Board certification through the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE)* is based on the body of knowledge specific to medical practice management and is the only board certification in medical practice management. Becoming a Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) demonstrates your commitment to excellence in the profession and is recognized by physicians, executives, industry professionals and peers.
The credential covers six areas of practice management expertise:
Individuals with two or more years of experience in healthcare management, including at least six months in a supervisory role, are qualified to apply.
Starting January 1, 2019, applicants will need a bachelor’s degree or 120 college credit hours (in addition to the current requirements) to qualify for the program.
Watch Steffanie Emerson, CMPE share why she chose to pursue board certification through ACMPE. View more ACMPE testimonials.
*ACMPE is the certification and fellowship authority of MGMA and has been certifying medical practice executives since 1956.