835 Reader and Converter Software for Spreadsheet Simple Results

835 Reader and Power Tools Suite Offer EDI Conversion for Revenue Cycle Management 

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Convert HIPAA EDI files to Excel-compatible spreadsheets or tab-delimited text files. Our 835 Reader lets you filter, sort, arrange, format and export records. Increase successful claims, revenues and profits! Also ideal for 837 files, 277, 271, 834 files and more.

Client Successes

“The Claim Reconciler is almost flawless and has saved us money in lost claims.”  – Jefferson Univ. Physicians

“The Toolbox has been a lifesaver —splitting and joining files so checks match a common criteria.”
– Crossroads Behavioral Health

Additional Case Studies and Testimonials

Our 835 Reader takes complicated EDI hierarchies and collapses them into a spreadsheet linear record layout. Look up 835 reason codes and other adjustment data in 835 electronic remittances. Then select the data elements you want to view, print, and export. Arrange columns of data in any order you wish, such as paid amount, 835 reason codes, denial amounts and more. Find, filter, sort. The fields are labeled in plain language. There is an optional display of the EDI loops, segments, and elements they are mapped from. Select a record, and view raw EDI data. Formatted for ease of review. Compatible with ANSI standards for APCD Post-Adjudicated Claim Reporting files for 837 code reader and 277 code reader.

East Carolina Behavioral Health (Trillium) has utilized EMS software to open and review HIPAA transaction sets and have found this tool very useful.

Sheryl Deal, Claims Director Trillium Health Resources - Ahoskie NC

East Carolina Behavioral Health (Trillium) has utilized EMS software to open and review HIPAA transaction sets and have found this tool very useful.

Sheryl Deal, Claims Director Trillium Health Resources - Ahoskie NC
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