Medical Billing and Coding Schools in Wisconsin

  • Anthem College – Milwaukee

    Anthem College – Milwaukee was founded in 2006, and is accredited by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). Anthem College in Brookfield offers a diploma and an associate degree program – available through the health information technology program – in medical billing and coding.

  • Blackhawk Technical College

    Blackhawk Technical College offers approximately 50 programs, including a technical diploma in medical billing and coding.

  • Fox Valley Technical College

    Fox Valley Technical College is located in Appleton, Wisconsin. It offers a medical coding specialist technical diploma and a health information technology associate degree program.

  • Herzing University – Madison

    Herzing University in Madison, Wisconsin offers certificates, associate, bachelor’s and graduate degrees in numerous disciplines. It also offers an insurance billing and coding specialist program.

  • Lakeshore Technical College

    Lakeshore Technical College is located in Cleveland, Wisconsin. It offers more than 100 career programs including diploma programs in medical billing and coding.

  • Madison Area Technical College

    Madison Area Technical College in southern Wisconsin offers a medical billing specialist certificate for students interested in a career in medical office administration.

  • Mid-State Technical College

    Mid-State Technical College in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., is a part of Wisconsin’s public technical college system, and offers a medical coding specialist certificate program with course work including medical terminology, coding for biomedical informatics technicians, and human diseases for health professions.

  • Milwaukee Area Technical College

    Milwaukee Area Technical College in Milwaukee, Wis., was established in 1912, and offers a medical billing certificate program to prepare students for entry-level positions in healthcare facilities.

  • Northcentral Technical College

    Northcentral Technical College is located in Wausau, Wisconsin and offers a 27-credit hour medical billing and coding training program.

  • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

    Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Students interested in medical billing and coding training can enroll in its healthcare business services program.

  • Sanford-Brown College – West Allis

    Sanford-Brown College in West Allis offers a medical billing and coding diploma program, in addition to many other certificate and associate degree programs.

  • Southwest Wisconsin Technical College

    Southwest Wisconsin Technical College is located in Fennimore, Wisconsin. Students can gain in-depth professional knowledge and skills through the school’s medical billing and coding program.

  • Waukesha County Technical College

    Waukesha County Technical College in Pewaukee, Wis., offers a technical certificate program and a technical diploma program for medical coding and billing with required course work in medical terminology, medical coding, and healthcare reimbursement.

Medical Billing and Coding Jobs in Wisconsin

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

Baldwin Area Medical Center

  • Address: 730 10th Avenue, Baldwin, WI 54002
  • Email Address: Click here for the medical center’s contact form.
  • Phone Number: 715-684-3311
  • Website: www.healthybaldwin.org

Open since 1936, BAMC is a 33-bed facility that serves Western Wisconsin. Some of the medical center’s services include cancer care, cardiology, diabetes management, emergency care, home health, hospice, radiology, and rehabilitation. Employee benefits at BAMC include medical, dental and vision insurance, voluntary life and AD&D coverage, a 403b savings plan that BAMC matches up to 3%, paid time off, and sick leave.

Aurora BayCare Health Center

    • Address: 2253 W. Mason Street, Green Bay, WI 54303

<li >Email Address: humanresources@baycare.net

Part of the BayCare Clinic network, the Aurora location has a team of emergency physicians, eye doctors, oral surgeons, anesthesiologists, and orthopedic surgeons. Some of the center’s services include audiology, cardiology, ENT, cardiothoracic surgery, emergency medicine, and neurosurgery. Employee benefits at BayCare include paid time off, paid vacations and holidays after the first year of employment, dental, vision and life insurance, and educational assistance. It was recognized in 2011 and 2010 by Becker’s ASC Review/Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare.

Edgerton Hospital

    • Address: 11101 North Sherman Road, Edgerton, WI 53534

<li >Phone Number: 608-884-3441

Edgerton is a critical access hospital serving Edgerton, Milton, Janesville, and the surrounding areas. Some of its services include acute inpatient care, cardiac rehab, diagnostic services, rehab services, a sleep disorders center, surgery, and a wound clinic. Benefits at Edgerton Hospital include vision, health and life insurance, paid time off, disability, a flexible spending account, and a 401(k) retirement plan.

Top Cities in Wisconsin 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 supplied by the BLS.

  1. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minnesota-Wisconsin

    More than half of the medical billers and coders in Wisconsin work in the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington metropolitan area. There are 2,180 workers here, according to the BLS, and they make the second-highest wages in the state. The average employee makes $19.19 hourly and $39,920 annually. The tenth percentile of employees earns $29,110 annually. The ninetieth percentile makes $53,300 annually.

  2. Madison, Wisconsin

    There are about 340 employees in this city, according to the BLS, and an average worker makes $18.34 hourly and $38,150 annually. The highest-earning 10% of employees earn $55,100 annually. The lowest-earning 10% of employees earn $23,760 annually.

  3. Lake County-Kenosha County, Illinois-Wisconsin

    There are 290 medical coders and billers in the Lake County-Kenosha County metropolitan area, according to the BLS. The average worker makes $17.85 hourly and $37,130 annually. The lowest-earning 10% of workers make $24,380 annually, while the highest-earning 10% of workers make $54,920 annually.

  4. Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, Wisconsin

    More than one-third of all medical billers and coders in Wisconsin can be found in the Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis metropolitan area. There are about 1,760 employees making an average $17.07 per hour and $35,510 annually, according to the BLS. The tenth percentile of employees makes $22,790 annually and the ninetieth percentile makes $51,850 annually.

  5. Eau Claire, Wisconsin

    Eau Claire is home to 90 medical billers and coders who earn a mean wage of $19.59 hourly and $40,740 per year, according to the BLS — the highest in the state. The lowest-earning 10% of workers makes $28,450 per year on average, while the highest-earning 10% of workers makes $54,020 per year on average.

  6. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

    Fond du Lac employs about 60 medical billers and coders, according to the BLS. The average employee makes $17.74 hourly and $36,890 annually. The lowest 10% of wages is about $22,920 annually and the highest 10% is about $49,430 annually.

  7. Sheboygan, Wisconsin

    Sheboygan employs about 30 medical billers and coders, according to the BLS, and they make about $16.22 hourly and $33,730 annually. Tenth percentile wages are $26,860 annually, while the ninetieth percentile wage is $40,650 annually.

  8. Appleton, Wisconsin

    There are about 100 medical billers and coders in Appleton who make on average $16.10 per hour and $33,490 per year, according to the BLS. The ninetieth percentile wage is $45,150 annually, while the tenth percentile is $25,630 annually.

  9. Green Bay, Wisconsin

    In Green Bay, there are about 270 medical billers and coders, according to the BLS. The average worker makes $16.42 per hour and $34,140 annually. The top and bottom 10% of wages are $45,980 annually and $25,270 annually, respectively.