Pay is going to vary, I have worked for a few different companies. Some paid by chart, some hourly, some I was a 1099 and others as a W2. Pay will also vary by specialty, ED charts tend to be quick, so the pay is less with high productivity requirements. Inpatient charts are more difficult and time consuming, so they pay more.
I am currently a PRN inpatient coder making $30 an hour.
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