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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,…

T-Connect EDI Accelerator and EDI Viewer Updates are Available Now!

Kevin Morillo

This month we are happy to announce new versions of a few of our products adding additional features and capabilities.
First, we have updated our T-Connect EDI Database to support the full ANSI X12 EDI 837 transaction set.  This includes full support for Institutional, Professional, and Dental transaction sets.  The EDI Database Toolkit is our proprietary set of databases constructed to store and archive EDI messages and is included in our EDI Accelerator package, or can be purchased as a standalone product.
We have a new version of our T-Connect HIPAA EDI Accelerator available.  The EDI Accelerator is our flagship product allowing for rapid deployment of a complete end to end EDI intake and storage solution based on the Microsoft BizTalk Server platform.

The T-Connect EDI Viewer has been updated with backwards compatibility for the EDI ANSI Version 4 (004010).  The EDI…

What’s new in the Dell Boomi October release

Cesar Cordero

Dell Boomi continues to lead the iPaaS platform with leading edge features and cloud specific tools to help you succeed with your integration implementation. For the month of October Tallan is excited to announce AtomSphere’s latest feature set:
Java 8 Support
Atom Cloud upgraders and installers (for Windows and Linux) for Java 8 are available.
For new Molecule and Cloud installations on Java 8, the default cluster library is JGroups 3.
Additionally, if a non-Atom folder is selected during an upgrade to Java 8, clicking OK returns to the previous screen to select a different installation folder.
Test Atom Cloud

Dell Boomi Offers new Google APPS Connector in September’s new release

Cesar Cordero

In the September release for Dell Boomi’s Atomsphere the platform now offers a Google Apps Connector!
The Google Apps connector uses the Google Drive API for spreadsheet file management as the Google Document List API has been deprecated.
Dell Boomi has added the following improvements to the September 2015 release of Dell Boomi AtomSphere. For more information, please see the September Release Notes in the AtomSphere Reference Guide.
API Roles
A Dell Boomi administrator can create a series of API Roles and associate specific users to each API Role. By associating a group of users to a single API Role, the administrator can grant access all the users associated with that API Role for specific APIs, groups of APIs, or web service components at once without needing to set the permissions individually.
Also, the administrator can define specific IP addresses or IP address ranges…

New Dell Boomi Features for August Release!!!

Cesar Cordero

As part of Tallan’s continuing effort to keep our Dell Boomi community informed here are the latest and greatest changes for August!!!


Dell Boomi has added the following improvements to the August 2015 release of Dell Boomi AtomSphere. For more information, please see the August Release Notes in the AtomSphere Reference Guide.

Java 8 SupportThe Dell Boomi Test Atom Cloud and EU Atom Cloud have been upgraded to support Java 8. Additionally, Atom and Molecule upgraders and installers for Java 8 are available. The Cloud upgrader and installer for Java 8 will be available as part of the September release.Adding Write Restrictions to Folders Administrators can limit users’ ability to change a folder and the components in it by adding write restrictions to the folder. Adding write restrictions to a folder allows a certain group of users to rename, move, delete and restore the…

New Features Released for Dell Boomi Platform

Cesar Cordero

We thought we’d post some of the recent changes and new functionality added to the Del Boomi Platform. Some of these are additional features to the API Stack while others are new functionality in existing shapes (as in the try/catch shape) and the New proxy settings for Atom, HTTP, SOCKS4, and SOCKS5 protocols provide the ability to add a userID and password to key-based authentications. Overall some really really cool stuff and we hope that you will find them useful in your project or implementation!!!!!!
Please read on and see if one of these enhancements or new features will work for you!

30 minutes to iPAAS with Dell Boomi

Cesar Cordero

Dell Boomi Basics
Tallan has recently started providing 30 minute Lunch and Learn type of webinar recipes for basic iPaaS integration solutions using Dell Boomi’s Atomsphere development platform.
For this quick demonstration we’ve broken the main points into the following bullet points:
• Creating a free account
• Logging in to the Dell Boomi environment
• Creating Processes
• Connector Review
• Process features
• Understanding Profiles
• Building Maps
• Test Mode Overview

Introducing the T-Connect EDI File Splitter

Kevin Morillo

A common trend that we have been seeing recently is the similarities in the pain points that companies are often faced with.  One of those such pain points is the difficulty in quickly receiving and processing large EDI files having a file size over 10 MB.  In one instance, there was a need to receive a HIPAA EDI 834 Enrollment file totaling 1.3 GB, containing roughly 800,000 enrollments.  The already powerful BizTalk Server in a 1-1 architecture – 1 BizTalk Server, 1 SQL Server, was having difficulty processing the file.  The file would take several hours to process, often taking up several gigabytes of drive space to attempt to disassemble the file using the EdiDisassembler pipeline.