Medical coders in Connecticut earn an average salary of $62,154, a little better than the New England’s regional salary average of $61,800. For prospective Connecticut medical coders, major markets include Hartford, New Haven, Bridgeport, and Stamford.
AAPC certifications commonly held by coders who earn the most money in Connecticut include CEMC, CGIC, CGSC, COC, CPC, CPMA, and CRC.
The three most popular types of employers in the state are large group practices (50+ physicians), health systems, and small group practices (2-10 physicians).
Only about 80% of the medical coders in Connecticut work remotely, and they earn an average of $65,347. With remote compensated higher than the state average, we can deduce that remote positions are awarded to professionals with above average expertise, likely through years of experience or additional coding certifications.
Read more about AAPC, the nation’s largest professional organization for medical coders, billers, auditors, practice managers, compliance officers, and any others involved in the business of healthcare. AAPC has many certifications, code books with features requested by those working in the field, diverse exam preparation materials, 500+ local chapters, distance learning courses, etc.
AAPC annually reviews salaries of healthcare business professionals based on location, education, experience, and credential. Data below is based on the most recent survey, resulting from almost 20,000 responses. For additional information, view the overall survey analysis or the Salary Survey Calculator.
Certification + Educational Background
High school graduate
Some high school
Certification + Yrs. Experience