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.


8 Ways to Take Advantage of the ICD-10 Delay

ICD-10 Delay: Here We Go Again

What's Happening with Electronic Clinical Quality Measure

ICD-10 Deadline: Ready or Not, Here It Comes

CMS Urgently Looking for ICD-10 End-to-End Testers

CMS ICD-10 ‘Acknowledgement’ Test Done, Now Comes the Hard Part

Payers Roll out Automated Coordination of Benefits Program

Providers Support Medicare ICD-10 Testing Reversal

CMS to Conduct Limited End-to-End ICD-10 Testing

HIT Vendor News Roundup: Missouri Health, MRO, Healthx & Navicure

EHNAC Finalizes 2014 Accreditation Criteria for Transactions Processors

Payers: Get Ready to Certify Compliance with HIPAA Operating Rules

Survey Shows Lack of Sufficient Progress on ICD-10

KLAS Details Rough Start for Computer-Assisted Coding Vendors

MGMA Message to Sebelius: CMS Needs to Test ICD-10


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