Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Support Services
EDISS is the Noridian team working to provide the EDI solution for thousands of submitters across multiple lines of business.
EDISS provides the ability to quickly and efficiently exchange healthcare information in a safe, secure and cost-effective way. EDISS constantly strives to educate providers on the ease and benefits of exchanging data electronically.
Registering for electronic transactions can be completed quickly and easily through EDISS Connect.
EDISS Remittance Advice Process Change
Based on recent CMS direction involving suppression of Standard Paper Remittance Advice (SPR) outlined in Change Request (CR)10151, EDI Support Services (EDISS) is implementing a process change for Medicare 835 Remittance Advice recipients.
CR10151 eliminates the issuance of SPRs to providers/suppliers who have been receiving Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA). See more details in CMS Medicare Learning Network (MLN) Matters (MM)10151.
No Submitter action is needed, but for those who make changes in EDISS Connect to remove the 835 transaction, the following changes are being implemented immediately to address this CR.
Part A providers who unenroll from the 835 transaction in EDISS Connect will have their ERA option removed from the Medicare standard system and will not be moved back to a paper option. Part A Noridian Medicare Portal (NMP) users, who have "Remittance" access, may view Remittance Advice (RA) information for a single claim. If you do not currently use NMP or have this access, we encourage you to register for it and/or request it.
Interested in having your claims process faster? Electronic Claims have a 14-day processing timeframe
- 837 Electronic Claim Benefits: View the EDI Advantages of Electronic Claims webpage.
Want to receive your Remittance Advice (RA) faster? Register for the 835 ERA
- View the EDI Benefits of Electronic Remittance Advice webpage for 835 ERA benefits.
To transmit claims electronically, connectivity must be established. See options below.
- Connect directly via a HyperTerminal connection
- Connect directly using a Connectivity Vendor
- Use a Billing Service or Clearinghouse
To learn more, visit the EDISS website.
Last Updated Jan 26, 2018