Oregon Medical Coding & Healthcare Salary Information

The average salary for medical coders in Oregon is $56,388.89.

As with other West Coast states, Oregon features a strong market for medical coders. According to AAPC, the average annual salary for medical coders in the West Coast, which includes Alaska and Hawaii, in 2017 was $59,936. Major cities for coders in Oregon include Eugene, Portland and Beaverton.

For Oregon medical coders, popular certifications include CPC, COC and CPC-I. According to AAPC, coders with a high school degree, associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree can earn salaries of more than $50,000. In Oregon, medical coders with five to nine years of work experience typically had an average annual salary of $50,166.

Learn more about medical coding and billing and the training and certification needed for success by going to AAPC.

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 $54,945.05
COC $58,125.00
CRC $64,166.67
CPMA $71,590.91
CDEO $62,500.00
CPPM $66,250.00
CASCC $57,500.00
CCC $42,500.00
CCPC $62,500.00
CCVTC $67,500.00
CEMC $64,166.67
CFPC $62,500.00
CGIC $101,250.00
CGSC $67,500.00
CHONC $72,500.00
COBGC $47,500.00
COSC $67,500.00
CPC-A $46,842.11
CPCD $55,000.00
CPC-P $58,863.64
CPC-P-A $62,500.00
CPEDC $57,500.00
CPRC $67,500.00

Salary by Education

Education Average Salary
High school graduate $56,363.64
Technical school $48,611.11
Some high school $57,500.00
Some college $52,916.67
Associate's degree $57,564.10
Bachelor's degree $50,086.21
Master's degree $104,583.33

Salary by Experience

Experience Average Salary
0-1 $45,294.12
2-4 $46,118.42
5-9 $50,166.67
10-15 $64,827.59
16-20 $62,631.58
21-25 $59,375.00
26-30 $62,916.67
30+ $78,214.29