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Massachusetts Medical Billing & Coding Salary Information

According to eHow.com, there were roughly 10,000 medical billers and coders throughout the state of Massachusetts in 2009. This number is predicted to double by 2019. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states that the average full time medical biller and medical coder in the state earned about $50,000 annually, working a standard 40-hour workweek. This number is reportedly higher in larger cities such as Boston, Cambridge or Springfield.

Additionally, medical billers and coders reported even higher income when they had obtained a degree or certificate in medical billing and coding, and higher still with advanced certification from one of the Medical Billing and Coding industry certification bodies including the AAPC and the CPC. Many of the highest paid medical billers and coders in the state are employed in the growing pharmaceutical industry. In fact, the average salary for experienced, certified medical billers and coders here can earn upwards of $60,000 or more within just a few years.

 

A chart listing the top cities and their corresponding salaries in the medical billing and coding field for the state of Massachusetts is below:

Region
# of Professionals
Top 10 Percentile
Boston
4200
$69500
Worcester
670
$67500
Springfield
410
$66500
Lowell
210
$69500
Cambridge
4200
$69500
Framingham
130
$55750
Brockton
190
$53250

Medical Billing & Coding Job Growth in 2019 in Massachusetts

Medical billing and coding specialists in Massachusetts have positioned themselves for a rewarding and stable career in the health care industry. In Massachusetts in particular, the website medicalbillingcoding.org has found that those with the best job growth opportunities have been those who do not focus solely on medical billing and coding, but also gain experience or certification in health care management, medical office management, accounting, health care administration and more. The more skills attained, the more job environments a graduate is likely to be able to work in. For those that want to create opportunities, the work is out there. Find a program that works best for you and your career goals. Massachusetts has an abundance of great schools and programs to choose from.