EDI Education

EDI Education Benefits: Do we all need EDI trainings? EDI Education is a powerful instrument in your professional development, building strong working skills, expanding business knowledge and sharing experience with industry professionals. Using EDI skills, create an integrated partner union that is easily controlled and coordinated as a single entity. EDI technology as a powerful instrument Read More →

EDI Claims Reporting

EDI Claims Reporting Requirements (Iowa DWC) The DWC will work with the DWC Vendor to provide initial and ongoing training and guidance to trading partners who need assistance regarding the proper reporting of claim information via EDI. It is imperative that trading partners become familiar with the Iowa EDI Claims Release 3.1 Event Table to Read More →

EDI Partnership

Iowa DWC EDI Partnership Basic Requirements Iowa DWC EDI Partnership program includes a Request for Proposal (RFP) process to contract for a Vendor (DWC Vendor) to facilitate EDI Claims filing for Iowa’s workers’ compensation carriers and self-insured employers and/or their claims administrators. In the context of EDI, claims administrators, carriers, self-insured employers, and/or their contracted vendors Read More →

EDI Claims Reporting

Evolution of the EDI Claims Reporting Standards In the 1970s, various state legislatures began questioning how their workers’ compensation systems were working compared to other state systems, and in the 1980s the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) created a Statistics Committee, whose task it was to identify, compare, and standardize injury Read More →

Iowa DWC EDI Claims

Iowa DWC EDI Claims Release Iowa DWC (Iowa Division of Workers’ Compensation) EDI Claims system is used for receiving claims submissions via Electronic Data Interchange. This solution provides a means for the State of Iowa to manage its Workers’ Compensation Act required reporting efficiently and accurately. EDI Claims for First Report of Injury (FROI) and EDI Read More →

EDI FAQs

Louisianna Workforce Commission EDI FAQs EDI is used in nearly all the major industries such as insurance, automotive, retail, and finance sectors. EDI is regarded as the standard for the electronic exchange of documents from one company to another. Find below Frequently Asked Questions for LWC trading partners. How do I decide which submission method to Read More →

LWC EDI

LWC EDI FAQs (Louisiana Workforce Commission) LWC EDI serves for the exchange of business documents, such as First Reports Of Injury (FROIs) and Subsequent Reports Of Injury (SROIs), between trading partners in a common format directly from one computer to another. Find below Frequently Asked Questions for LWC trading partners. Who typically uses EDI? EDI Read More →

EDI 837

Health Net EDI 837 Professional and Institutional Submissions Mapping Guides Health Net requires at least one ST and one SE record per Submitter ID within a submission. This means that Health Net requires one ST and one SE for each unique occurrence of the 1000A NM109 Submitter ID field. Health Net does not want any additional ST/SE Read More →

EDI ERA

Electronic Remittance Advice and Electronic Funds Transfer (Health Net) EDI gives the tools to track electronic claims status, improve timely filing, and access daily accept/reject reports. This also means easier receivables and account reconciliation. Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA) Health Net has further streamlined its business processes to improve claims procedures. Providers can now register to receive Read More →

EDI Verification

EDI for Eligibility & Benefits Verification (HIPAA Standard 270/271 Eligibility Transactions) Requests for eligibility status for a single commercial, Medicare or state health programs member transaction may be submitted by registered participating providers on the Health Net provider website. To request eligibility and obtain eligibility information for multiple members at one time, providers can use Read More →