Medical Billing and Coding Schools in North Dakota

  • Dakota College at Bottineau

    Dakota College at Bottineau is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and offers a certificate of completion diploma in medical coding and billing.

Medical Billing and Coding Jobs in North Dakota

Three significant employers of medical billing and coding professionals in North Dakota are:

Ashley Medical Center (AMC) Hospital

AMC Hospital has 26 swing beds, one surgeon, two physicians, and one family nurse practitioner. Their specialties include cardiac rehab, telemedicine, emergency care and trauma, radiology, and general surgery. Employee benefits at AMC Hospital include a pension plan, health and life insurance, flex spending accounts, an employee assistance program, a 403b with employer match, COBRA, and other perks.

Dakota Clinic/Innovis Health

Dakota Clinic was founded in 1926 with only 10 employees. Today, Dakota Clinic is a 104-bed hospital with 10 operating rooms, one attached clinic, and 20 divisional clinics. Their services include endoscopy, geriatrics, heart and vascular care, infusion therapy, pulmonology, sleep services, sports medicine, and more. Benefits include paid time off, health, dental and vision coverage, a 401k, short- and long-term disability, flex spending accounts, cancer insurance, and an employee perks program.

St. Alexius Medical Center

  • Address: 900 E Broadway Ave, Bismarck, ND 58501
  • Phone Number: 701-530-7000
  • Website: www.st.alexius.org

Founded in 1885, St. Alexius currently houses 306 beds. It was a Thomson Reuters Top 100 hospital in 2007 and 2008. Their services include cancer treatment, children’s health, heart and vascular treatment, a rehabilitation center, neuroscience, orthopedics, and more. Employee benefits at St. Alexius include retirement plans, paid time off, and tuition assistance, as well as medical, dental, vision, health, and life insurance.

Top Cities in North Dakota for Medical Billing and Coding Careers

Below is a list of the top cities for employing medical billing and coding professionals. The information is adapted from resources provided by BLS.

  1. Bismarck, ND

    In North Dakota, approximately 100 medical billers and coders work in Bismarck and have the highest average salary in the state. They make an hourly mean wage of $14.50, and an annual mean wage of $30,150. Both fall between the state and national averages. The lowest 10% of workers make $22,940 annually, which is $1,400 more than the state average. The highest 10% of workers make $37,780, slightly below the state average and $3,400 below the national average.

  2. Fargo, ND

    There are approximately 160 medical billers and coders in Fargo, who make $15.18 per hour and $31,570 per year on average. The tenth percentile wage is $21,590 annually and the ninetieth percentile wage is $44,490. Both figures are below the national average, but significantly more than the state average.