Hawaii Medical Coding & Healthcare Salary Information

The average salary for medical coders in Hawaii is $55,781.25.

As with Alaska, Hawaii provides strong job prospects for medical coders thanks to its unique geography. According to AAPC, west coast states have an average annual salary of $59,936. Major cities for coders include Honolulu, Hilo and Wailuku.

Hawaii medical coders with certifications including COC, CPMA and CEMC can earn average annual salaries between $62,000 and $67,000. Prospective coders should target college or an associate’s degree in order to maximize their earning potential. Hawaii coders should also expect to need more than four years of experience in order to reach the state’s average annual salary mark. 

AAPC’s 175,000 members of medical coders and billers take advantage of the organization’s education, local chapters and other benefits. Find out more.

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 in 13,000+ responses. For additional information, view the overall survey analysis or the Salary Survey Calculator.

Salary by Certification

Certification Name Average Salary
CPC $58,478.26
COC $67,500.00
CRC $74,375.00
CPMA $52,500.00
CEDC $57,500.00
CEMC $57,500.00
CPC-A $35,833.33

Salary by Education

Education Average Salary
Technical school $43,750.00
Some college $53,214.29
Associate's degree $55,416.67
Bachelor's degree $50,500.00
Master's degree $145,000.00

Salary by Experience

Experience Average Salary
0-1 $39,166.67
2-4 $43,125.00
5-9 $78,125.00
10-15 $64,583.33
16-20 $121,250.00
26-30 $37,500.00