Medical Billing and Coding Schools in Wyoming

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Medical Billing and Coding Jobs in Wyoming

Two significant employers of medical billing and coding professionals in Wyoming are:

Campbell County Memorial Hospital

  • Address: 501 South Burma Avenue, Gillette, WY 82716
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  • Phone Number: 307-688-1000
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CCMH was founded in June 1953, housing 31 beds where 4 physicians and 1 surgeon serve a population of 2,190. In 2009 the hospital expanded by 6,000 square feet, adding a 3.5-level, 294-space parking structure. The hospital’s services include audiology, behavioral health, cancer treatment, clinical outpatient services, EMS, emergency medicine, and OB/GYN. Employee benefits at CCMH include paid time off, personal sick leave, 403(b) and 457(b) plans, dental, medical and vision insurance, and flexible spending accounts.

Memorial Hospital of Carbon County

  • Address: 2221 Elm Street, Rawlins, WY 82301
  • Phone Number: 307-324-2221
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MHCC was built in 1920 and has evolved into a 35-bed acute care facility offering a variety of services, including a 24-hour emergency department. Some of the hospital’s services include gastroenterology, radiology, EMS, urology, cardiology, and physical therapy. Benefits of working at MHCC include health and life insurance, a 401k, paid time off, a flexible benefits program, AFLAC, and tuition assistance.

Medical Billing and Coding Salary in Wyoming

Employment growth has been somewhat stagnant in Wyoming. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, total nonfarm employment grew 0.5% from May 2011 to May 2012. The greatest growth was in the leisure and hospitality industry (3.6%). Unemployment is at 5.2% as of May 2012, which is significantly better than the country’s overall unemployment rate (8.2%).

During that period, the education and health services sector fell 0.4%. However, the hiring of medical records and health information technicians is expected to grow by 21% nationwide through 2020, according to the BLS. The agency attributes this projected growth to the increased demand for medical tests, treatments, and procedures due to the aging population. The average national salary for medical records and health information technicians is $35,920. In Wyoming, these specialists can expect to make slightly less. See the figures from the BLS to follow for more state employment information.

Medical billers and coders can become professionally certified through the AAPC, the nation’s largest medical coding training and certification association. Certification requires passing an exam and meeting the AAPC’s standards for membership, education, and experience. An online program in medical billing and coding can prepare students for this exam. Some programs even allow students to take the exam at the end of their program, so that they are well-equipped for the job market after they graduate. Becoming certified can be a smart move for those who wish to become medical billing and coding professionals, as most employers prefer to hire medical records and health information technicians with professional certification, according to the BLS.

Top Cities in Wyoming 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. Cheyenne, WY

    The highest concentration of medical billers and coders – 70 – are in Cheyenne. The average worker makes $15.63 per hour and $32,520 annually, according to the BLS. The top-earning 10% of employees earn $47,260 annually, and the lowest-earning 10% of employees earn $21,350.

  2. Casper, WY

    The second highest concentration of medical billers and coders in Wyoming can be found in Casper, where there are 40, according to the BLS. The average employee in this city makes $16.47 per hour and $34,830 annually. The tenth percentile of employees makes $26,570 annually, while the ninetieth percentile makes $45,790.