The man behind the exam

The man behind the exam

James Fidler, PhD, AMT Director of Testing and Competency Assurance brings together a wealth of resources, both practical and theoretical, to develop ...
What lies beneath an AMT credential

What lies beneath an AMT credential

AMT offers a trustworthy credential in allied health. Our fundamental purpose is to give evidence that the certified person has the appropriate compet...
The 3 Ps of Certification: Purpose, Process, People

The 3 Ps of Certification: Purpose, Process, People

Purpose, process, and people go together like peas in a pod when it comes to bringing a certification to life—and keeping it ever green.
How many ways can you stack a credential?

How many ways can you stack a credential?

Today, AMT can help you “be all you can be” through professional certification. Much like Soldiers “stack” their Airborne, Expert Field Medic Badg...
James Fidler, PhD, AMT Director of Testing and Competency Assurance brings together a wealth of resources, both practical and theoretical, to develop certifications for allied health professionals.
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AMT offers a trustworthy credential in allied health. Our fundamental purpose is to give evidence that the certified person has the appropriate competence and knowledge necessary for safe, sound, and solid practice. As a non-profit committed to transparency in our operations, read how Dr. Fidler, PhD, AMT Director of Testing and Competency Assurance, explains what lies beneath an AMT credential.
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Purpose, process, and people go together like peas in a pod when it comes to bringing a certification to life—and keeping it ever green.
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Today, AMT can help you “be all you can be” through professional certification. Much like Soldiers “stack” their Airborne, Expert Field Medic Badge or Infantry Badge over a left shirt pocket signifying their knowledge, skills, and versatility as a Soldier, you can stack your allied health credentials from AMT on your resume. These can lead to better jobs and higher wages.
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With less than 3% of the US population ever serving in the Armed Forces, most employers in the civilian sector don’t understand the quality of the training and education offered through the military. Fortunately, in the medical community we have a way to translate our skills and knowledge in a way that is readily accepted – a professional credential. Certification exams for credentials of MLT and MT or RMA are the same whether you completed your training in the military or in a civilian colleg...
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Soft skills are attributes that employers look for when hiring new employees that are out-side the realm of technical skills needed to perform the required tasks of the job. See the 10 soft skills most commonly sought after by employers in the health profession.
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Seniors from South Central High School in Coldwater, KS completed a phlebotomy training course through Comanche County Hospital in Kansas and posed with tubes of the trade at prom. The students are eligible for national certification and professional society membership through American Medical Technologists (AMT)
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AMT surveyed medical laboratory members to find out how they interact with health care professionals outside the lab. See the results in a fun infographic.
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Leadership involves a clear vision, sharing that vision with others, and providing the in-formation, knowledge and methods to realize that vision, and coordinating and balancing the conflicting interests of all members and stakeholders. Learn about several qualities that are vitally important for a leader to be successful.
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You work hard in your allied health job, but sometimes it might feel like your compensation doesn’t reflect your workload and achievements. It might be time to ask for a raise! Prepare for this hard conversation by being prepared and confident in your contributions to your workplace.
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