The RMSR Program

The RMSR™ program was developed to:

• Provide medical sales vocational education to individuals who are seeking a professional career in the very technical industry of medical devices/equipment.

• Address the professional advancement needs of individuals already established as professional sales representatives but not in the medical industry.

• Establish medical sales industry training so companies can interview as well as hire qualified & certified medical sales professionals.

• Provide a recognizable federal certification mark for candidates interviewing with medical companies.

The RMSR™ program involves:

• Correspondence training which is self-paced but educates students on the product knowledge required by medical sales companies, provides knowledge on rules & regulations for selling medical products plus educates on effective selling techniques.

• To obtain the RMSR™ students must pass a 150 question RMSR™ exam.

• All RMSR™’s will have instant access to NAMSR™ Career Center where medical company’s advertise seeking RMSR™’s to interview for sales openings.

RMSR® Medical Sales Certification is the healthcare industry assurance that an individual has met rigorous, peer-developed and reviewed standards endorsed by a national professional body — National Association of Medical Sales Representatives (RMSR®). Make sure you get called for interviews when applying and obtain the medical sales industry designation-RMSR®.

• Many Medical Device Employers require RMSR® certification from entry level applicants.

• The NAMSR® is typically used as a third party to verify the credentials of a medical sales professional.

• RMSR® Certification is a fundamental standard among many in the U.S. Healthcare Industry.

• RMSR® Certification provides the necessary medical device industry training and vocational education required to effectively sell to healthcare industry professionals.

18 thoughts on “The RMSR Program

  1. The site does not inform you on how to take the class to receive certification. where do I go to find this info?

  2. I have 23 years of experience in Pharmaceutical Sale and Marketing. The experience is at different levels of Marketing Management hierarchy. I would like to know about the total expense (fees) for RMSR course.

  3. The NAMSR offered the only medical sales vocational training I could find and of course the online/training manual format provided a truly flexible experience that you can’t get from any ground classroom. The education has already opened several doors for me within the medical sales industry. If you’re looking for training to move into the medical sales industry, the NAMSR is the only option.

  4. My biggest fear about an online program was the lack of open communication. But in fact it allowed for very in-depth conversation. I’ve recommended the program to co-workers, and they have enrolled. My advice: don’t wait another day, just jump right in and do it. It does require a commitment, but it’s well worth it in the end.

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