Medical Coding and Billing Training Classes in Michigan

Michigan offers 5 AAPC-approved classroom training programs for medical coding at locations throughout the state. You can also study at your pace and save with an online certification course through AAPC. If you’re interested in learning more about coding and billing, or perhaps interested in dual certification, we offer a special online course for medical coding and billing.

Medical Coding and Billing Schools in Michigan

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Medical Coding and Billing Salary in Michigan

The average salary for medical coders in Michigan is $53,273, just under the region’s $53,585 average wage.

Contrary to some other Midwest states, Michigan features steady employment and salary prospects for medical coders. Major cities for Michigan medical coders to find jobs include Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids. While the regional salary may technically be higher, Michigan maintains roughly the status quo, but also offers a very good amount of job opportunities.

About 74.6% of Michigan coders work remotely, making $56,196 annually on average. The salary increase appears to indicate that employers fill remote positions with coding professionals of exceptional experience and credentialing.  

Coders earning the highest income in Michigan tend to work for health systems and hold at least one of the following AAPC certifications: COC, CPC, CPC-I, CPMA, CPPM, and CRC.

The best spot for information on coders and billers is AAPC, the nation’s largest professional organization for medical coders, billers, and others involved in the business of healthcare. Among its diverse spectrum of products and services, AAPC offers certifications, code books, exam study materials, local chapters, distance learning classes, and more.

AAPC annually reviews salaries of healthcare business professionals based on location, education, experience, credential, and many other data points. These statistics are all based on the most recent survey, which resulted in nearly 20,000 responses. For additional information, view the overall survey analysis or the Salary Survey Calculator.

Salary by Certification

Certification Type Average Salary
CPC $53,192.93
COC $57,714.29
CRC $60,000.00
CPB $46,802.33
CPMA $58,627.45
CDEO $75,000.00
CPCO $71,093.75
CPPM $65,294.12
CPC-I $79,274.19
CANPC $59,166.67
CASCC $65,000.00
CCC $47,500.00
CEDC $47,954.55
CEMC $57,222.22
CFPC $57,500.00
CGSC $43,500.00
CHONC $54,500.00
CIRCC $70,000.00
COBGC $56,666.67
COC-A $47,500.00
COPC $45,833.33
COSC $50,500.00
CPC-A $44,051.72
CPCD $65,000.00
CPC-P $52,708.33
CPC-P-A $32,500.00
CPEDC $60,833.33
CUC $43,750.00
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Salary by Education

Certification + Educational Background Average Salary
High school graduate $49,435.48
Technical school $43,333.33
Some college $49,411.11
Associate's degree $47,693.97
Bachelor's degree $54,316.67
Master's degree $69,700.00
Doctorate degree $91,250.00

Salary by Experience

Certification + Yrs. Experience Average Salary
0-1 $36,805.56
2-4 $42,625.90
5-9 $45,414.36
10-15 $50,822.78
16-20 $54,868.42
21-25 $58,688.52
26-30 $57,446.81
30+ $76,225.49

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