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Medical Records and Health Information Technicians (189930 US employees)


Compile, process, and maintain medical records of hospital and clinic patients in a manner consistent with medical, administrative, ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements of the heath care system. Process, maintain, compile, and report patient information for health requirements and standards in a manner consistent with the healthcare industry's numerical coding system. Excludes "File Clerks" (43-4071).


Total Employment: 189930

Mean Hourly Wage: $19.44

Mean Annual Wage: $40430

Industry Influencers

Delissa Ortega - After working in the medical coding industry for over a decade, she has found her passion in teaching others the intricacies of this field.

The Ugly Truth About Vocational Colleges by Delissa Ortega

Vocational schools can be good for some students, but it is important to view all one's options and the pitfalls surrounding each.


What college did you end up going to? - Matthew Arnold

Strategies to Beat the Medical Coding Exam Clock by Delissa Ortega

Medical Coding Academy Founder and Expert Instructor Delissa Ortega talks about how many people feel under attack when they are taking the medical coding board exam. Her strategies to beat the exam clock keeps you from second guessing yourself. Watch to find out how!


What was your final score on the test? - Matthew Arnold

Medical Coding: Everything You Need to Know by Delissa Ortega

5 things to expect from Medical Coding Academy. Mrs. Ortega explains the difference of getting your board certification vs a 2 or 4 year degree.


Do you like medical coding - Matthew Arnold

Medical Coding Right for You? by Delissa Ortega

Are you seeking a new career in Medical Coding? Are you wondering if Medical Coding is for you? Watch this video as Medical Coding Academy Expert Instructor Delissa Ortega answers your questions!


What got you interested in medical coding - Matthew Arnold

What is Medical Coding & Billing? by Delissa Ortega

This video answer what the difference between medical coding and medical billing is and what the difference between getting CPC credentials from AAPC and AHIMA is?


Thanks Delissa. Good stuff. - Sherrie Campbell

What type of classes did you take in college? - Matthew Arnold


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