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Medical Office Manager Salary
Medical Office Manager Salary Information and Resources
The responsibilities of many medical office managers are separated into two categories by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics: medical administrative assistants and medical billers (who are included in the Medical Record and Health Information Technicians category). The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ May 2015 reports provide the following:
- Average annual wages – The average salary reported for medical administrative assistants is over $34,000 and medical billers earn nearly $40,000. This means that medical office managers earn an average of about $16 to $19 an hour.
- Salary range – Just like any other field, medical office managers’ salaries vary by their position, geography, and experience, making salary ranges a good way to get a more accurate idea of what you will be able to earn. Between the medical administrative assistant and medical billing positions, these professionals earn $27,000 to $48,000 a year on average.
- Top employers by industry – The top 3 employers of medical office managers are offices of physicians, general medical and surgical hospitals, and offices of dentists. These different employers vary in the average pay they offer: physicians’ offices pay an average of $32,940 a year, general medical and surgical hospitals pay an average of $34,800 a year, and dentists’ offices pay an average of $38,850 a year.
Medical office managers can be found working in a variety of healthcare facilities, and the employers mentioned in the Bureau of Labor Statistics report simply employ the largest numbers. The medical office manager salary you can expect to earn varies by employer and geographic location, and it has the potential to increase as you gain experience.
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