Speed & Accuracy
Eliminate long communication delays and exchange transactions in almost real time. Accuracy is improved by reducing the amount of human intervention.
EDI is great for the environment because it reduces the amount of paper you receive from payers
Reduction In Costs
Experience increased productivity and lower costs using EDI.
Recent Blog Posts
ANSI X12 837P - 2310D (previously 2310E in the 4010) - Supervising Provider Name Loop
The 837 Health Care transaction for professional claims is comprised of loops, segments and data elements. The 2310D (previously 2310E in the 4010) loop is referred to as the Supervising Provider Name Loop. The Supervising Provider Name loop is where you specify the supervising provider. This is required when the rendering provider (2310B) was supervised by a physician.Read Article →
ANSI X12 837P - 4010 2310E N2 - Additional Supervising Provider Name Information
The purpose of the 2010BA N2 Additional Subscriber Name Information Segment is to provide additional space when names in the NM103 exceed 35 characters. The 4010 specifications for the N2 segment can be found below as it pertains to the 2010BA loop.Read Article →
ANSI X12 837P - 4010 2310E NM1 - Supervising Provider Name
The purpose of the 2310E NM1 Supervising Provider Name Loop is to supply the name and id of the supervising provider. The 4010 specifications for the NM1 segment can be found below as it pertains to the 2310E loop.Read Article →
ANSI X12 837P - 4010 2310E REF - Supervising Provider Secondary Identification
The 2310E REF Supervising Provider Secondary Identification Segment is required when a secondary number is necessary to identify the provider. The 4010 specifications for the REF segment can be found below as it pertains to the 2310E loop.Read Article →