In looking for a job after being certified (CPC), I have noticed that most postings in my area (SE Michigan) list RHIA/RHIT as a job requirement, some with no mention of CPC or CCS. Has anyone else ran into this issue? Is an RHIT/RHIA certification more "valuable" to an employer than just the CPC certification? I currently have a BA degree in a unrelated field, so I would hate to think that I would need to get another degree in order to be hired.
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