The median annual salary for a medical billing clerk in 2015 is around $34,800, according to Salary.com. The salary for a medical billing clerk can vary greatly depending on location, company size, experience and education.
Medical billing clerks are responsible for keeping records for amounts owed to medical facilities. They review orders and invoices and ensure that billing information is up-to-date and accurate. They are typically employed in the health care field but may also work for government or non-profit agencies. The position typically requires a high school diploma at minimum, while some positions may require additional experience in medical billing or other administrative fields. Medical billing clerk jobs generally require little independent judgement.