Nevada Medical Billing & Coding Salary Information

The salary for employees in the medical billing and coding field has been steadily increasing over the past decade, and current projections show the continuation of this trend in the future. Bolstered by strong past growth in the health care industry with future forecasts even better, the most recent trends through 2017 show an average growth rate in salary by about $1,000 per year.

With fully one-quarter of Nevadans projected to be over 65 by 2030 and an ever-increasing amount of insured in the state, medical billing and coding professionals have a very good outlook going ahead. Once candidates for these positions have obtained the right education, they will be ready to add their expertise to a stable and expanding field who fulfill a critical service needed by the entire medical industry.

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2017 Salary Statistics for Nevada and its Neighbors

Compared with its neighbors in the region, Nevada offers a solid average salary and a compelling 90th percentile wage. The following lists the average salaries in Nevada’s top-10 largest population centers:

  • Las Vegas: $62,000
  • Henderson: $60,000
  • North Las Vegas: $60,000
  • Reno: $52,000
  • Sunrise Manor: $39,000
  • Paradise: $39,000
  • Spring Valley: $39,000
  • Enterprise: $39,000
  • Sparks: $42,000
  • Carson City: $44,000

Medical billing and coding professionals who enter the job market now will have the experience and references to propel them up through the ranks as the industry continues to expand. There is no time like the present to begin researching positions in this field.