Nevada Medical Coding & Healthcare Salary Information

The average salary for medical coders in Nevada is $56,223.40.

For medical coders, Nevada offers one of the stronger combinations of job prospects and earnings potential in the Mountain West. According to AAPC, the average annual salary for medical coders in the region in 2017 was $53,076. Major cities for Nevada include Las Vegas and Reno.

In Nevada, in-demand certifications such as COC and CPC-P have average annual salaries between $64,000 to $67,000. According to AAPC, coders with high school or a college degree, technical school or some college averaged around $51,000 to $55,00 annually on average.
Medical coders also generally needed five to nine years of experience to average $53,000 annually.

Certified medical coders and billers turn to AAPC, which provides certification, education and networking to our 175,000 members.

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 $55,403.23
COC $60,000.00
CIC $52,500.00
CRC $62,500.00
CPB $42,500.00
CPMA $59,166.67
CDEO $47,500.00
CCC $47,500.00
CEMC $52,500.00
CFPC $47,500.00
COSC $52,500.00
CPC-A $37,500.00
CPC-P $67,500.00

Salary by Education

Education Average Salary
High school graduate $54,500.00
Technical school $55,277.78
Some college $51,875.00
Associate's degree $43,750.00
Bachelor's degree $55,000.00
Master's degree $135,000.00

Salary by Experience

Experience Average Salary
0-1 $47,500.00
2-4 $39,772.73
5-9 $53,055.56
10-15 $60,535.71
16-20 $63,500.00
21-25 $54,166.67
26-30 $62,500.00
30+ $76,875.00