Medical Billing and Coding Careers Hawaii

If you are interested in a career in Medical Billing and Coding in Hawaii then you will be glad to know that the Bureau for Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that the occupation will experience significant employment growth of 13% between 2016 and 2026.

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Listed below are some of the top Medical Billing and Coding programs and related courses near you in Hawaii.

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Top Medical Billing and Coding Schools Hawaii

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Pearl CityUniversity of Hawaii, Leeward Community CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site

There is no set basic education requirements in Hawaii for becoming a Medical Biller and or Medical Coder. Most employers will prefer a minimum of an associates degree from an accredited school. There is 1 campus based accredited program in Hawaii.

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Medical Billing and Coding Salary in Hawaii

Average Salary$47,760
Hourly Wage$22.96
Top 10% of Earners$73,980
Bottom 10% of Earners$27,880
Please note: The BLS classifies those working as Medical Billers and Coders as ‘Medical Records and Health Information Technician’.

The average salary for those working in Medical Billing and Coding in Hawaii is $47,760, 11.5% above the national average, according to the most recent BLS data. This represents an hourly wage of $22.96.

Within Hawaii the bottom 10% of those working in the career earned $27,880 whilst the top 10% earned $73,980.

There are currently approximately 680 persons employed as Medical Billers and Medical Coders in in the state.

The table below breaksdown the average salaries across the main Metro areas in Hawaii.

AreaSalaryHourly PayTop 10%Bottom 10%Employed
Urban Honolulu, HI$49,220$23.66$75,870$27,160530
Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina, HI$38,350$18.44$49,690$28,09040