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ACMA Exam & ACMA Certification Info


The ACMA, or the American Case Management Association, is a professional organization dedicated to supporting the profession of case management. They offer a certification program for case managers, known as the ACMA certification. Here is the process for taking these exams:

Step 1: Eligibility and Application

Before you can take the exam, you must first determine if you are eligible. This typically involves having certain educational and professional experience. You can find the specific eligibility requirements on the ACMA website. Once you are certain you meet the requirements, you can apply for the exam on the ACMA's online portal.

Step 2: Scheduling the Exam

After your application has been approved, you can schedule your exam. This is done through the ACMA's exam partner, PSI. You will receive an email from them with instructions on how to schedule your exam. You can choose the date and location that works best for you.

Step 3: Taking the Exam

On the day of the exam, make sure to arrive early and bring the required identification. The exam will be a computer-based test and will cover a variety of topics related to case management. After the exam, you will receive your results immediately.

The ACMA's exams are administered at PSI testing centers, which are located throughout the United States. You can find a testing center near you on the PSI website.

For more information, visit the ACMA's website at https://www.acmaweb.org/.



American Case Management Association


American Case Management Association Exams

ACMA Accredited Case Manager (ACM)

The ACMA Accredited Case Manager certification test is a comprehensive examination designed to assess a candidate's knowledge and skills in case management. It covers a variety of topics such as assessment, care planning, resource utilization, patient advocacy, and legal and ethical issues. The test is accredited by the American Case Management Association (ACMA), ensuring its relevance and adherence to industry standards. Successful completion of the test certifies the individual as a proficient case manager, capable of providing high-quality care and service in the healthcare industry.

100 - Multiple Choice
Screening and Assessment - 15%
Planning - 25%
Care Coordination and Intervention - 35%
Evaluation - 25%

120 Minutes