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Medical Billing and Coding Jobs in New Hampshire

Three significant employers of medical billing and coding professionals in New Hampshire are:

Hampstead Hospital

  • Address: 218 East Road, Hampstead, NH 03841
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  • Phone Number: 603-329-5311
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Since 1974, Hampstead Hospital has evolved into a 111-bed facility. They offer inpatient hospitalization for acute psychiatric disorders. They specialize in adult, child, and adolescent psychiatry, developmental disorders, and chemical dependency. Employee benefits at Hampstead include medical and dental coverage, retirement plan with employer match, earned time off, educational assistance, and flex spending healthcare accounts.

Elliot Hospital

Elliot Hospital is the cornerstone of Elliot Health Services (EHS), the largest medical provider in Southern New Hampshire. Built in 1890, Elliot now houses 296 beds for urgent care, a regional trauma center, and a Level 3 Newborn ICU. Other services include breast health, cardiology consulting, pediatric surgery, neurophysiology, nutrition services, diagnostic imaging, and more. Benefits include a 403b tax-sheltered annuity plan, a 401k retirement plan, earned time off, special time off, six paid holidays, direct deposit, tuition reimbursement, and other perks.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

  • Address: One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03756
  • Email Address: Click here for their contact list.
  • Phone Number: 603-650-5000
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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is the only academic medical facility in New Hampshire. Their total staff as of 2010 was 7,457 — up from 7,073 in 2009. Specialties include allergies and clinical immunology, breast cancer treatment, bariatric surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, audiology, and more. Benefits at Dartmouth-Hitchcock include three health and dental insurance benefit options, tuition assistance, paid time off, dependent care reimbursement accounts, health savings accounts, and retirement options.

Medical Billing and Coding Salary in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is slowly but surely seeing economic improvements. Its medical billing and coding industry seems to be headed in the right direction as well for three reasons. First, medical billers and coders are kept busy. New Hampshire is one of the many states that allows patients to make amendments to their medical records, which often adds to the coding and organizational responsibilities of medical billers and coders working in the state. Second, New Hampshire is expected to see an increase in employment. It is one of the few states currently pushing to form nonprofit organizations separate from the government that would manage their state health information exchange network. While this change would require a great deal of legislative steps before going into effect, the sheer volume of work required to bring these medical records up to date will mean a large influx of new jobs for medical billers and coders seeking employment in New Hampshire.

Third, future employment outlooks in general are positive. According to the BLS, U.S. employment for the medical billing and coding industry is expected to increase by 21% from 2010-2020. The BLS states that this will result from an increased demand the nation’s aging population will put on the healthcare industry. And given that the U.S. Census Bureau reported in 2010 that New Hampshire’s senior citizen population rate (13.5%) is slightly higher than the national average, New Hampshire is sure to see an increase in billing and coding employment in response to its population’s healthcare demands.

Most employers require their medical billing and coding employees to possess Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification. In addition, an associate degree can increase one’s job opportunities, although not always a requirement. The American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) offers three entry-level and two advanced-level CPC certifications. In order to obtain certification, one must become a member of the AAPC, pass a 150-question multiple choice exam, and either prove that one has two years of medical billing and coding experience, or completed 80 hours of coding education and one year of professional experience. The AAPC recommends, but does not require, that exam-takers possess an associate degree. Training to take the exam can take place in a traditional classroom setting, through online education, or through an associate degree program. Some training programs even allow students to sit for the exam before they have completed the training program.

Top Cities in New Hampshire for Medical Billing and Coding Careers

Listed below is the top area for medical billing and coding employment in New Hampshire. The information is derived from the BLS.

  1. Manchester, NH

    According to the BLS, about 170 medical billers and coders work in Manchester, where the hourly mean wage is $16.23 and the annual mean wage is $33,760. The annual tenth percentile wage is $23,170, about $10,000 below the national average, and the annual ninetieth percentile wage is $49,140, about $17,000 above the national average.