Healthcare EDI

Basic definition of Healthcare EDI and its environment Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a business-to-business, computer-to-computer exchange of transaction information. The examples are: Health Care Claims, Payments, and Benefit Enrollment transactions. Each of these transaction types in Healthcare EDI has a specifically defined, computer-readable format assigned to it. This is referred to as a transaction Read More →

edi with rite aid

Rite Aid 835 EDI – Payment Remittance Advice Rite Aid 835 EDI is subjected to ‘Level 2’ or external testing as defined in the regulations on January 1, 2011 for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). A very good way to examine the Rite Aid 835 EDI is to think of it as an explanation Read More →

asn 856

Cardinal Health 856 ASN (Ship Notice/Manifest) Details Cardinal Health 856 ASN transaction is one of the most frequently used EDI documents. All suppliers who are planning to start cooperation with Cardinal Health should pay attention to the information below regarding Cardinal Health 856 ASN transaction. Below find the possible scenarios of shipment and bar-coding guides that are applicable for shipments Read More →

EDI Training – your effective way of becoming an EDI professional EDI training is not as widely available as it should be. Most companies that implement EDI use staff who are self-taught, or who attend their software vendor’s training sessions. This may seem sufficient for day-to-day EDI operations but in truth it is not adequate. Personnel that Read More →