front-end edit

front-end edit

[′frənt ¦end ′ed·it]
(computer science)
The process of checking and correcting data at the time it is entered into a computer system.
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Then you can front-end edit this file on the first playback.
Unique PHT eDiary features include simple touchscreen data entry, graphical data collection elements, front-end edit checks, automated scheduling, and programmed screen sequence controls that make data collection simple and clear for patients.
The user can also retro-record 30 seconds before the button is pushed, as well as front-end edit the file on the first playback.
The system's front-end edits flag problems on claims and allow them to be fixed before they are submitted, which is significant given the unique coding requirements for each of the payers.
Provides 20 transaction level detailed reports that allow the user to view daily transaction-level information on front-end edits, billing, and accounts receivable information.
The first step will be the introduction in early 2010 of a new Web portal that will enhance a fund company's ability to enter data by providing front-end edits and access to help tools and a standard data dictionary.
The front-end edits provided by Business1-PFM will assist HCHD in getting the bill right from the start.
In addition to speed and efficiency of electronic claims delivery versus paper claims delivery to payers, PPOM will receive two notable benefits under its new Per-Se contract: front-end edits and a claims audit trail," said William Dagher, senior vice president of e-Health Solutions at Per-Se Technologies, Inc.
Based on front-end edits in our systems that are payer-specific, Per-Se can edit upfront enabling the payer to receive error-free claims, thereby speeding up the adjudication process and reducing costs of electronic transmission," Dagher said.