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Registration

Getting Started

 

Online Registration

EDISS 'Connect' is a user-friendly online registration tool that allows providers to update basic facility information, manage billing NPIs, update lines of business, add or change vendor associations, and select electronic transactions online.

The use of Connect is required for all providers. Begin your online enrollment today by clicking on the following link: EDISS 'Connect'.

Getting Started Checklist

For providers, the initial registration process requires a billing NPI to be entered to establish the account. Additional billing NPI's may be added after the account has been created.

The following information is needed for registration:

  • NPI
  • TIN
  • Contact/demographic information
  • Vendor Submitter ID (If a clearinghouse or billing service will be utilized)


Note: EDISS does not send out a notification once a transaction has been moved to production. Providers can monitor this under the Manage Transactions tab in their account, and Vendors can review the Vendors Checking Provider Status and Submitter ID tutorial below.


Connect User Guides


Provider Connect Tutorials


Vendor Connect Tutorials

 

Testing for Medicare

EDISS utilizes its Production Processing system for Medicare Testing. To test for the Medicare line of business, follow the steps below:

  • Complete the registration process on the EDISS Connect website.
  • Prior to submitting a test file, please allow 10 business days from the date your direct 837 transaction was added to Connect for your testing setup to be completed.
    Note: If you are brand new to EDI, please allow 10 business days from the date your EDI Enrollment form was approved before sending a test file.
  • Submit your test file. Please ensure there is a 'T' indicator in the ISA15.
  • Once you have submitted your test file, you will receive a 277CA.
    • If accepted, EDISS will confirm the accepted 277CA and ensure your 837 transaction is approved in EDISS Connect.
    • If rejected, the 277CA will provide details of what the rejection is for so you can correct and resubmit. If assistance with the rejection is needed, you can call EDISS.

NOTE: If you submit a test file prior to your testing setup being complete, you will receive a rejected TA1 or an 'A8:496:85' rejection on your 277CA.