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iTech Workshop markets a variety of readymade Healthcare adapters built using expEDIum X12N Engine. These adapters support formats such as NSF 2.0, NSF 3.01, UB-92 v5.0/6.0, NSF 3.01 DMERC, NSF 3.20D, NSF 2.01u ERN, Envoy NSF and HCFA 1500 Print Image formats.
Typical EDI translators provide EDI Transaction set mapping on a store and use this mapping when processing EDI transactions. expEDIum works differently, expEDIum EDI Engine Architecture “hard-wires” the EDI Transaction mapping information for a given vertical or process .It provides a rich API that is used to build EDI-aware applications rapidly. It‘s robust and is capable of processing several hundred thousand transactions per day on appropriate hardware.
We have a variety of readymade Healthcare Adapters built using expEDIum X12N Engine. These Adapters support formats such as NSF 2.0, NSF 3.01, UB-92 v5.0/6.0, NSF 3.01 DMERC, NSF 3.20D, NSF 2.01u ERN, Envoy NSF and HCFA 1500 Print Image formats.
Yes we can build custom adapters rapidly for any other Healthcare formats as per the requirement of our clients.
No you don‘t have to, because our adapters have a default GAP mechanism to fill in data that could be missing from the input healthcare format files but are required for generating complete X12N files, by default.
NSFClaims20 Adapter performs ready made conversions of NSF 2.0 health-care format to X12N 837(Professional). The NSFClaims20 Adapter uses its internal expEDIum X12N Engine to perform translations
The NSFClaims301 Adapter performs ready-made conversions of NSF 3.01 healthcare format to X12N 837(Professional). A variation of this adapter handles DMERC claims. NSF Claims 301 Adapter uses its internal expEDIum X12N Engine to perform translations.
The NSFClaims60 Adapter performs readymade conversions of UB-92 v6.0 healthcare formats to X12N 837(Institutional). NSFClaims60 Adapter uses its internal expEDIum X12N Engine to perform translations.
The NSFRemits Adapter performs readymade conversions of NSF 2.01u ERN healthcare formats to X12N 835. It uses the expEDIum X12N Engine internally to perform translations.
The HCFA Claims Adapter performs readymade conversion of HCFA Print Image/CSV files to X12N 837(Professional) based on a HCFA Control file/CSV Map file layout. A HCFA Control/CSV Map file is constructed for every installation to capture the subtle differences between the various HCFA Print Image/CSV files generated by existing healthcare products and solutions. It takes a few hours to construct this HCFA Control/CSV Map file based on HCFA Print Image/CSV file layout and some sample HCFA Print Image/CSV claims.
The UB04Claims Adapter performs readymade conversion of UB04/UB92 Print Image files to X12N / HIPAA 837(Institutional) based on a UB04/UB92 Control file layout. A UB04 Control file is constructed for every installation to capture the subtle differences between the various UB04/UB92 Print Image files generated by different PMS systems. It takes an hour to construct this UB04 Control file based on UB04/UB92 Print Image layout and some sample UB04/UB92 Print Image claims.
Our expEDIum X12N Engine Architecture “hard-wires” the EDI Transaction mapping information and it delivers high performance. We have seen 200+ typical claims being (NSF 3.01 claims with multiple service lines) processed per second. Our architecture is scalable.
No, as of now we don‘t have any such adapter, which can convert any file format to X12N. We can build custom adapters on request.
An adapter would typically have three steps/tasks – the NSF (or any other Legacy Format) Parser, the Mapping- between 837 (or ANSI X12N) to NSF and then programming the map and it typically takes about 2 weeks to develop an adapter this number is a ball-park estimate and the actual estimate might vary once we take a look at the given format. This adapter would use expEDIum X12N API internally to perform EDI translations.