The Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist (BCMAS™) graduates are the pharma industry's thought leaders.
The path to becoming an exceptional Medical Affairs professional starts with BCMAS™.
What you need to know about the BCMAS™
Take the first steps toward achieving the gold standard in the pharmaceutical industry.
Meet Kerry Flecknoe, an experienced MSL, and recent BCMAS™ graduate who shares her journey towards becoming Board Certified in Medical Affairs.
Several Advisory board meetings held with Medical Affairs leaders and subject matter experts
ACMA received IACET accreditation, whose processes helped us build a rigorous curriculum.
BCMAS™ designers developed content using psychometric analysis to ensure that graduates are held to the highest standards of learning and assessment.
BCMAS™ established to create standards for knowledge, business skills and professional practice in the pharmaceutical industry.
ACMA works with experts around the world to develop country- and region-specific content within the BCMAS™ curriculum using advanced geo-redirect technology features.
Content is always updated to reflect new business practices, technologies, market challenges and regulatory changes.
As the U.S. grapples with the deadly opioid epidemic and public outrage over drug costs, an accreditor of medical affairs professionals and pharmaceutical sales representatives is grabbing the attention of politicians and policymakers.Read more
How one pharma vet helped create the first industry-wide training standards for aspiring medical affairs professionals.Read more
“Never allow a serious crisis go to waste.” So said former Mayor of Chicago and White House Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, in response to the global financial crisis of 2007/2008. After some controversy, Emanuel clarified his point: “It’s an opportunity to do things that you had never considered, or that you didn’t think were possible.”Read more
ACMA Podcast is focused on establishing benchmarks of excellence in training for the life sciences & healthcare industries. Medical affairs is a growing component of healthcare & this podcast is a collection of intellectual interviews with leaders in our pharmacy industry.Listen to the ACMA podcast on Pharmacy Podcast
Christine Megalla, Pharm.D., Associate Director of Educational Programs at the Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs, talks about the organization’s certification process.Read more