Each year, in New Mexico, an average of 14 students graduate with credentials in medical billing. If you too are interested in studying medical billing, New Mexico has 1 medical billing schools from which you can choose. Tuition at New Mexico's medical billing schools is approximately $1,286 per year for a certificate in medical billing.
The largest medical billing school in New Mexico, by student population is New Mexico State University-Dona Ana. It is located in Las Cruces. Approximately 14 students graduated with a medical billing certificate from New Mexico State University-Dona Ana in 2009, which was 100% of the total state medical billing graduates for that year. Tuition at New Mexico State University-Dona Ana, was $1,286 per year in 2010.
Medical Biller is the most popular career choice for those who graduate with credentials in medical billing. The job outlook for medical billers in New Mexico is good. There are currently an estimated 1,010 medical billers working in New Mexico. The government expects, by 2018, for this number to increase by 18%, or to 1,200 medical billers.
In New Mexico, as a medical biller, you can expect to earn a salary of anywhere from less than $21,019 per year to more than $44,909 per year. But the median salary for medical billers earn $29,063 per year, in New Mexico.