GS1 Healthcare Standards

GS1 Healthcare Standards (Identification) The widespread use of GS1 Standards has revolutionized efficiency, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness in a range of industries. Recognizing the impact that industry-wide adoption of a common language can have, GS1 Healthcare US® is committed to helping the industry improve efficiency and quality for lower costs, more streamlined care delivery, and better Read More →

EDI Order-to-Cash Transactions

EDI Order-to-Cash Transactions in U.S. Healthcare Using GTINs and GLNs in EDI business messaging instead of proprietary identifiers can help improve transaction accuracy and efficiency, and more fully support traceability from the manufacturer to the patient / end user. GS1 guidelines describe key aspects of Order-to-Cash transactions in U.S. healthcare. 850 Purchase Order Used by the Read More →

HIPAA EDI

HIPAA EDI (Health Care EDI) Webinars Details and Price Designed for Health Care industry this intensive six-webinar class covers all 9 Health Care EDI Transactions. The course instructors have at least 15 years of Health Care EDI experience and are typically EDI managers at insurance companies, hospitals, clearinghouses and other health care organizations. The target Read More →

Testing Service

GS1 US Rx EPCIS Certified Third-Party Conformance Testing Services Conformance testing under GS1 US Rx EPCIS Program will be conducted by third-party testing services certified by GS1 US (“certified conformance testing service”). Certified conformance testing services will be able to conduct conformance testing for all test scenarios. GS1 US will certify third-party testing services that satisfy Read More →

GS1 US

GS1 US Rx EPCIS Conformance Testing Program Members of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry have been preparing their systems and business processes to meet Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) requirements. Many in the U.S. pharmaceutical industry have chosen to use Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) to support their DSCSA data exchange implementation, which enables trading partners Read More →

EDI training

GS1 Lightweight Messaging Standard Relationship To EPCIS Standard Lightweight Messaging standard is independent of GS1 Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) and does not require the use of EPCIS, although users are encouraged to implement EPCIS to capture their supply chain events and to leverage the EPCIS query interface to retrieve data to support their Read More →

GS1 Standard

GS1 Standards Relationship: Lightweight Messaging Standard and Digital Link Lightweight Messaging Standard is the first GS1 technical standard to make use of the new GS1 Digital Link syntax. A GS1 Digital Link resolver is already operational at id.gs1.org and can be configured with several typed redirection links by each licensee of a GS1 identification key. Read More →

EDI training

GS1 Lightweight Messaging Standard for Verification of Product Identifiers The GS1 Lightweight Messaging Standard for Verification of Product Identifiers is designed to support requests and responses for verification of product identifiers for serialized pharmaceutical products. This standard has been developed and designed to support VRS systems for U.S. DSCSA verification of product identifiers on returned Read More →

GS1 Standards

GS1 Standards for DSCSA Product Identifier Data Elements DSCSA defines the term “product identifier” as, “a standardized graphic that includes, in both humanreadable form and on a machine-readable data carrier that conforms to the standards developed by a widely recognized international standards development organization, the standardized numerical identifier (SNI), lot number, and expiration date of Read More →

EDI Process Flow

EDI Process Flow At Veterans Health Administration (VHA) EDI Process Flow above flowchart represents the path that electronic claims follow at Veterans Health Administration (VHA). The objective of electronic billing is to submit completely correct claims. Claims sent electronically reach the payer faster, are processed faster, and are paid faster than claims submitted to the Read More →