BC-ADM Credential for Advanced Practitioners
Obtaining ADCES's BC-ADM credential is a perfect way to showcase your expertise in advanced diabetes management.
Benefits of Attaining BC-ADM Certification
Health care professionals who are Board-Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM®) have passed a rigorous national exam and demonstrated expertise in diabetes management. Within their scope of practice, they adjust medications, treat and monitor acute and chronic complications, provide lifestyle modification counseling, address psychosocial issues, and participate in research and mentoring.
ADCES® manages the BC-ADM credential and works with Meazure Learning to administer the exam. Exams take place every June and December. The exam fee for ADCES members is $600 and for nonmembers, $900. Consider joining today.
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BC-ADM Exam Prep
The candidate handbook contains information about ADCES’s BC-ADM® examination. If you decide to participate in the certification program, you're responsible for using the most current version of the handbook and knowing its contents. This publication replaces all previous editions of the handbook.
The BC-ADM practice exam contains over 70 multiple-choice questions for each of the four domains covered on the BC-ADM exam. You'll have immediate online access for six months from the purchase date and can retake the practice exam as many times as you wish.
Once you've attained your BC-ADM credential, your certification is active for five years. You can continue to reap the benefits of your credential by renewing at that time. Before your credential expires, you'll receive notification in advance about how to renew your BC-ADM.Learn About Renewing Your BC-ADM