Ive been a CPC for three years however Ive been coding and billing for about 15 years, even prior to credentialing coders, I was required to audit and educate...as very large facilities...I worked for Duke University Medical Center and had to chair meetings with Compliance Attorneys who represented the hospital all prior to earning my CPC...but as pointed out all of that extra effort went a long way with my manager and I was promoted from Coding to Manager of Goverment claims within three years....a very large jump in salary and benefits....my point is auditing will always always help you in the long run sharpen your skill set (s) and have something a little bit more to offer than a average Coder....at my present job I requested a asking salary which compensated for quarterly facility audits and staff education.....Good Luck with that Raise
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