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CAHEACommittee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation
CAHEAChristian Adult Higher Education Association
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16) The CAHEA flourished and continued to grow until 1992, when the AMA announced its decision to relinquish its leadership role in the accreditation of allied health.
In the last academic year alone, CAHEA reported 44 closings, leaving 465 MT programs across the nation.
With the recent discontinuance of the Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation, the JRCERT became the reorganized accrediting body for radiography programs in the United States and adopted interim Essentials and Guidelines based on the 1990 CAHEA Essentials and Guidelines.