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Edit and Resubmit X12 HIPAA EDI with the T-Connect Management Suite

Kevin Morillo

An EDI software’s ability to identify and respond to invalid X12 HIPAA EDI transactions is a major contributor to the effectiveness of EDI dependent organizations. Many healthcare companies appoint a business unit as stewards of the tens of thousands of transactions that are transmitted between payers, providers, and trading partners providing auxiliary services. These business units are often hard-pressed to respond to the quantity of incorrect claims, enrollments and payments received within their current EDI solutions or products.
The T-Connect EDI Management Suite is Tallan’s healthcare EDI product, providing actionable insight, alerting, and painless mechanisms to respond to invalid X12 EDI transactions flowing in and out of the organization. The following is a brief introduction into some of these capabilities.
The EDI solution consists of several components working in unison to introduce, augment or replace an EDI processing system.
· The T-Connect Management Portal,…

Announcing the T-Connect EDI Viewer!

Dan Field

EDI files offer many advantages in business and health care messaging, and BizTalk offers a premier suite for handling EDI interchanges and agreements.  At the same time, EDI files are notoriously difficult to read, even for EDI experts and highly skilled Business Analysts. The T-Connect EDI Viewer is designed to address this gap.  It supports converting the HIPAA EDI 837 transaction sets (for Professional, Institutional, and Dental) as well as the HIPAA EDI 834 Enrollment transaction set to a human-readable and printable PDF format.
The T-Connect EDI Viewer offers a library and a pipeline component that can be used to convert EDI messages sent to BizTalk into a PDF version of their Paper Form equivalents.  This conversion could be done as part of an existing integration, or using archived/historical data on a case by case basis.  The PipelineComponent offers a very simple way…

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