EDI commonly refers to data formats used in the processing of medical claims. EDI standards, such as 5010, streamline the transfer of data between payers and providers. Look here for stories on emerging federal requirements, the role of claims clearinghouses, and transaction standards.

New ACO, Practice Management Accreditation Programs Launched

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Behavioral Health Data Pilot Shows Mixed Results

Big Data and Analytics: Opportunities and Challenges

Congress Seeks Input on 21st Century Cure Technologies

AHIMA Endorses Learning Health System Core Values

IT, Payer Business Operations Need Aligning

Lab I.T. Put to the Test

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Greenway Regulatory Guru Sets Out on His Own

The New EFT Standard And Automatic Reassociation

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ICD-10 Delay: Here We Go Again

What's Happening with Electronic Clinical Quality Measure

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