That is a tough call. First I would say that gaining your CPC would benefit you in many ways. Having the overall knowledge is a wonderful asset to have. If you job is more compliance and auditing then you might want to wait until January and try for the newest credential CPMA (Certified Professional Medical Auditor), this credential is going to be another excellent credential offered by the AAPC. I love knowledge as evident by my current credentials and I plan on taking the CPMA also. I believe that their is power in knowledge, meaning that the more you understand the better you are for yourself and your practice. I wish you luck in your decision. I say go for all of them. LOL..
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