Medical Billing and Coding Careers Illinois

If you are interested in a career in Medical Billing and Coding in Illinois 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 Illinois.

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Top Medical Billing and Coding Schools Illinois

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Glen EllynCollege of DuPageCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
GraystakeCollege of Lake CountyCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
DanvilleDanville Area Community CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
Downers GroveDeVry University - Online AssociateOnlineRequest InfoVisit Site
PalatineHarper CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
JolietJoliet Junior CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
PeoriaMidstate CollegCampus and OnlineRequest InfoVisit Site
Palos HillsMoraine Valley Community CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
Des PlainesOakton Community CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
AuroraRasmussen CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
RockfordRasmussen CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
InaRend Lake CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
DecatorRichland Community CollegeCampus and OnlineRequest InfoVisit Site
CartervilleSouthern Illinois Collegiate Common MarketCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
BellevilleSouthwestern Illinois CollegeCampusRequest InfoVisit Site
Sugar GroveWaubonsee Community CollegeCampus and OnlineRequest InfoVisit Site

There is no set basic education requirements in Illinois for becoming a Medical Biller and or Medical Coder. Most employers will prefer a minimum of an associates degree from an accredited school. There are 16 accredited programs in Illinois.

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Medical Billing and Coding Salary in Illinois

Average Salary$43,150
Hourly Wage$20.75
Top 10% of Earners$64,150
Bottom 10% of Earners$25,750
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 Illinois is $43,150, a little above the national average, according to the most recent BLS data. This represents an hourly wage of $20.75.

Within Illinois the bottom 10% of those working in the career earned $25,750 whilst the top 10% earned $64,150.

There are currently approximately 8,080 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 Illinois.

AreaSalaryHourly PayTop 10%Bottom 10%Employed
Danville, IL$48,840$23.48$70,250$29,36050
Chicago-Naperville-Arlington Heights, IL Metropolitan Division$46,890$22.54$68,650$28,2004,400
Kankakee, IL$46,590$22.40$63,230$28,89030
Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI$46,170$22.20$67,690$28,0705,810
Lake County-Kenosha County, IL-WI Metropolitan Division$45,310$21.79$68,670$29,700840
Springfield, IL$42,850$20.60$71,430$23,990350
Elgin, IL Metropolitan Division$42,250$20.31$62,620$27,130190
Bloomington, IL$40,630$19.53$61,990$26,00080
Carbondale-Marion, IL$39,480$18.98$59,080$22,320120
Rockford, IL$38,600$18.56$58,670$25,820270
Decatur, IL$35,430$17.04$52,340$22,46070
Champaign-Urbana, IL$35,150$16.90$49,920$23,170250
Peoria, IL$34,010$16.35$49,110$23,680380