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Delaware Medical Billing and Coding Schools.

Medical billing and coding certificates in Delaware give students short-term training for a career as a health information technician. HIT’s are also referred to as medical billers, medical coders, medical records clerks, and medical insurance billers. The average program can be completed in 9-12 months. These certificate programs are a great fit for people who want to get started on their career in a short amount of time. The average health information technician makes an annual salary of $25,000- $40,000. The career field is expected to grow by 20% through 2018, according to data released by the United States Department of Labor.


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