To see the latest survey results, go to 2017 Salary Survey: Right on the Money    ************************************************************** Where you work factors into pay, but credentials and experience top off the charts. By David Blackmer, MSC, and Michelle A. Dick, BS The results of AAPC’s 2016 Salary Survey show, once again, that  our credentials equal value in ...
Sep 30th, 2013
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Steady pace has coders leading the pack in the healthcare arena. AAPC’s 2013 Healthcare Salary Survey reflects an expanding job market for coders, billers, practice managers, auditors, and educators being hired to help implement sweeping changes to the industry. Unemployment percentages are nearly half of what they were last year. For instance, those holding a ...
May 19th, 2009
How much do coders really earn? What specialties, certifications, locations, education, and other factors influence compensation? These and other questions are to be answered in the AAPC’s 2009 Salary Survey. The AAPC seeks coders — both noncertified and certified, members and non-members — to participate in the survey. The one-page anonymous survey takes only five ...
Oct 20th, 2008
The results are in from AAPC’s annual salary survey. This year’s survey has some good news for coders—salaries for coders have increased more than 11 percent since AAPC’s 2007 survey. Full Article Advance for Health Information Professionals: “Survey Says: Salaries Up From 2007” was last modified: April 6th, 2017 by admin aapc...