American Medical Technologists Partners with ADVANCE

In an agreement that will promote the professional development of laboratorians across the US, ADVANCE for Medical Laboratory Professionals has formed a partnership with American Medical Technologists (AMT).

In an agreement that will promote the professional development of laboratorians across the US, ADVANCE for Medical Laboratory Professionals has formed a partnership with American Medical Technologists (AMT).

Established in 1939, AMT provides professional certification services and membership programs to enhance their members' professional and personal growth. A nonprofit certification agency and professional membership association, AMT represents over 60,000 allied healthcare professionals.

The partnership includes provisions for ADVANCE for Medical Laboratory Professionals to be sent to all qualified AMT members, and for AMT to publish a regular column in ADVANCE. As part of the agreement, both organizations will promote programs, opportunities and benefits to enhance the careers of medical laboratory professionals.

ADVANCE for Medical Laboratory Professionals offers comprehensive coverage of the laboratory medicine community. It is recognized as the industry leader for timely, credible content and cutting-edge design.

"We're thrilled to be working more closely with AMT. Its members and leaders are very well respected in the clinical laboratory industry and ADVANCE is proud to collaborate with them on articles, webinars and other special projects. This is a wonderful opportunity that will benefit the ADVANCE community and AMT members alike," said Lynn Nace, Editor, ADVANCE for Medical Laboratory Professionals.

"AMT is delighted to be partnering with ADVANCE for Medical Laboratory Professionals," said Christopher Damon, AMT Executive Director. "The outstanding reputation of ADVANCE both in print and on the web has made it the 'go-to' source for industry and clinical news for busy laboratory professionals. Our new partnership represents a classic 'win-win' for ADVANCE readers, AMT members, and the providers and patients they serve."