Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing – Advantage Of the Speed, Accuracy And Cost Savings Of Electronic Transactions
Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing is useful and benefitial for all Cardinal Health partners. Both parties can benefit from streamlined and more efficient payment processes. EDI 810 transaction is the industry standard for the safe, secure transmission of invoice data into customers’ Accounts Payable systems.
Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing simplifies your supply chain and reduces costs by replacing paper-based invoices with electronic data. Studies have shown that hospitals save $10 per line by using electronic transactions. Manual transactions such as phone or fax cost $13 per line, while electronic transactions only cost $3 per line.
Features and benefits of Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing include:
- Detailed 810 invoice format
- Secure AS2 communication
- Increased productivity and reduced costs
- Improved data accuracy by eliminating manual entry errors
How does Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing work?
Cardinal Health works with partners to “map” Cardinal Health EDI system with your Accounts Payable system to integrate information so invoices can be imported directly into your system with no manual intervention. This helps eliminate errors made from manual entry and increases the productivity of your Accounts Payable department.
From Web Ordering Workflow with real-time order tracking, to helping you identify opportunities to market your services, to learning about the evolving world of reimbursement, Cardinal Health has the tools and expertise to help you simplify your day-to-day activities. Because when your operation is seamless and you’re prepared for what’s next, you can focus on what matters most – the patient. Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing is a part of this program aimed at quick and effective business documents processing.
EDI 810 Invoice and the EDI 850 Purchase Order (PO) are used primarily in business to business transactions, and both documents can go in either direction – inbound or outbound. Companies wishing to do business, are often required to exchange these two transaction sets at a minimum. A common example of this synergy would be a vendor sending the client an 810 Invoice, and the client returning an 850 Purchase Order.