ANSI X12


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ANSI X12

(standard)
Standards defining the structure, format, and content of business transactions conducted through Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). ANSI X12 is produced by the committee ASC X12, supported by the Data Interchange Standards Association, Inc. (DISA).

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Encoda BackOfficeTM piggybacks onto a medical group's billing system, protecting their investment in existing software while conferring them all its patented functionality, which includes transacting directly with payers and responding programmatically to thousands of HIPAA-mandated ANSI X12 codes.
By integrating with B2BGateway's cloud based EDI solution the QuickBooks Online user can be compliant in all internationally recognized EDI standards and communication protocols such ANSI X12, EDIFACT, Tradacoms, PEPPOL, VAN, AS2, etc.
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As a result, a universal public EDI standard was developed called ANSI X12 in 1984 (Weisman, 2000).
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CAV II currently provides contractors much the same capability of sending repair status directly from their internal systems to CAV through the CAV EDI program, which utilizes the EDI ANSI X12 language set.
It uses standard ANSI X12 839 or XML transfer files to import and export data to other program management software.
All EDI transactions adhere to the national standard format, ANSI X12.
In either case, edits and validations occur before the file is translated to ANSI X12 format and forwarded through the DoD information processing infrastructure to the payment system.
The key benefit of XML is that it provides a standard, just like ANSI X12 EDI (electronic data interchange) standards did.
ANSI X12 is a primarily North American group that consists of volunteers from many industry sectors working to develop standards for various transactions, including personal, commercial, life and health insurance activities.
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