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X12

Also known as "ANSI X12" and "ASC X12," it is a protocol from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for electronic data interchange (EDI). X12 was the primary North American standard for defining EDI transactions. It merged with EDIFACT in 1997. See EDI.
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ASC X12 and ACORD are also developing a plan for partnership, with ASC X12 members to become subscriber members of ACORD while retaining membership in ASC X12.
He said when he fired an X26 handgun-style Taser previously, it had made a loud, crackling noise, but that did not happen with the X12.
As Moat put a gun to his chin, Zulu 24 fired his X12 shotgun at Moat's chest.
Provantage has also listed 80-watt Opteron X12 6100 processors including the 6174 processor, which runs at 2.
In the X12 format each document would define the fields, but there could be similar fields--such as a borrower's name--used on many documents.
Providers can have a strong voice in changing the standards by working through representation at the meetings of the standard developing organizations, X12 and NCPDP in particular, and the national uniform billing and claims committees, and through official updating processes that will be established under HIPAA.
The primary business documents, or X12 transaction sets, with which Task Group 3 is concerned are the 813 and the 151 (ANSIassigned numbers).
The migration to the public ANSI X12 standard first occurred as a result of customer pressure.
The result became the basis for the American National Standard Institute's (ANSI) recently released X12 standard.