In order to both educate ourselves on forthcoming industry developments and contribute to the advancement of the industry, we affiliate with a number of important professional organizations that help shape the future of healthcare and EDI.
The Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 develops electronic data interchange (EDI) standards and related documents for national and global markets. With more than 315 X12 EDI standards and a growing collection of X12 XML schemas, ASC X12 enhances business processes, reduces costs and expands organizational reach. ASC X12’s diverse member base includes 3,000+ standards experts representing over 340 companies from multiple business domains, including communications, finance, government, insurance, supply chain and transportation.
The Cooperative Exchange was established to expand electronic healthcare transactions among participants in the health care industry. The Cooperative Exchange’s mission is to provide open access for Member organizations in order to promote electronic transactions for the healthcare industry by ensuring optimal quality, value and functionality.
The Cooperative Exchange enables market connectivity for electronic healthcare transactions, allows payers to establish a connection with one or more Cooperative Exchange members in order to gain access to an expanded provider base, allows providers to establish a connection with one or more C.E. members in order to gain access to more payers, and shortens the timeline at which all healthcare participants can realize an ROI on HIPAA initiatives.
The CAQH Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE™) is a multi-stakeholder initiative created, organized and facilitated by CAQH, a nonprofit alliance of health plans, trade associations and networks. CAQH is a catalyst for industry collaboration on initiatives that simplify healthcare administration for health plans and providers, resulting in a better care experience for patients and caregivers. CAQH launched CORE to give providers access to eligibility and benefits information before or at the time of service using the electronic system of their choice for any patient or health plan, effectively reducing administrative burden and costs.
EDI Gateway is both a CORE Participant and a CORE-certified clearinghouse.
CORE®, the CORE-certification/Endorser Seals and logo are registered trademarks of CAQH® Copyright 2010, Council For Affordable Quality Healthcare®. All rights reserved.
The Tallahassee Chamber‘s mission is to enhance the business climate of Florida’s Capital city, while ensuring economic prosperity and improving the quality of life enjoyed by its citizens.
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the nation’s leading membership organization for healthcare financial management executives and leaders. More than 35,000 members–ranging from CFOs to controllers to accountants–consider HFMA a respected thought leader on top trends and issues facing the healthcare industry. HFMA members can be found in all areas of the healthcare system, including hospitals, managed care organizations, physician practices, accounting firms, and insurance companies.
Our Chief Architect of EDI operations is a member of HFMA.
The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) is dedicated to improving healthcare through Electronic Commerce. WEDI’s core purpose is to improve the administrative efficiency, quality and cost effectiveness of healthcare through the implementation of business strategies for electronic record-keeping, and information exchange and management.
EDI Gateway holds Corporate Vendor membership with WEDI.