Student resource website ranks top college programs for medical billing and coding

Student resource website Medical Billing & Coding World has ranked U.S. school programs for medical billing and coding.

To identify the top program in each state, researchers considered tuition costs, as well as whether the college was accredited by the American Health Information Management Association, the American Academy of Professional Coders and the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance. They also considered the school's job assistance and job placement programs.

Here are the top 50 college programs for medical billing and coding by state, according to the analysis.

Alabama — Wallace Community College (Dothan)

Alaska — University of Alaska Anchorage

Arizona — Phoenix College

Arkansas — Arkansas Tech University-Ozark

California — Fresno City College

Colorado — Arapahoe Community College (Littleton)

Connecticut — Middlesex Community College (Middletown)

Delaware — Delaware Technical Community College (Wilmington)

Florida — Keiser University (Jacksonville)

Georgia — Kennesaw State University

Hawaii — Leeward Community College (Pearl City)

Idaho — Idaho State University (Pocatello)

Illinois — Southwestern Illinois College (Belleville)

Indiana — Indiana University (Bloomington)

Iowa — Indian Hills Community College (Ottumwa)

Kansas — Washburn University (Topeka)

Kentucky — Sullivan University (Louisville)

Louisiana — Herzing University (New Orleans)

Maine — Central Maine Community College (Auburn)

Massachusetts — Springfield Technical Community College

Maryland — Baltimore City Community College

Michigan — Ferris State University (Big Rapids)

Minnesota — Minnesota State Technical and Community College (Moorhead)

Mississippi — Southwest Mississippi Community College (Summit)

Missouri — Ozarks Technical Community College (Springfield)

Montana — Flathead Valley Community College (Kalispell)

Nebraska — Western Nebraska Community College (Scottsbluff)

North Carolina — Central Piedmont Community College (Charlotte)

North Dakota — North Dakota College of Science (Fargo)

Nevada — The College of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas)

New Hampshire — Manchester Community College

New Jersey — Camden County College (Blackwood)

New Mexico — University of New Mexico-Gallup

New York — SUNY Broome Community College (Binghamton)

Ohio — Columbus State Community College

Oklahoma — Tulsa Community College

Oregon — Central Oregon Community College (Bend)

Pennsylvania — Lehigh Carbon Community College

Rhode Island — Community College of Rhode Island (Warwick)

South Carolina — Midlands Technical College (Columbia)

South Dakota — Dakota State University (Madison)

Tennessee — Volunteer State Community College (Gallatin)

Texas — Collin College (McKinney)

Utah — Weber State University (Ogden)

Vermont — Community College of Vermont (Montpelier)

Virginia — Northern Virginia Community College (Springfield)

Washington — Spokane Community College

West Virginia — Mountwest Community & Technical College (Huntington)

Wisconsin — Fox Valley Technical College (Madison)

Wyoming — Laramie County Community College

Read more about the rankings here.

 

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