IAIABC Northeast States EDI Claims Release 3.0 Training 2013

Dates: July 22-23, 2013
City: Albany, New York

Who Attends?

The EDI training will be directed to Claim Administrators (data reporters), although it will also be helpful for jurisdictional staff to understand the content that is being presented to their trading partners.  Both technical and business staff should attend, in order to get the full picture of EDI and understand the importance of each of their roles in successful EDI Claims Release 3.0 reporting and understanding the responses returned from the state.

Learning Objectives

After attending this training, participants will be able to:

  • Explain why data reporting is necessary and describe similarities and differences between EDI and paper reporting and the benefit of standards
  • Distinguish between a FROI and a SROI
  • Summarize how IAIABC EDI standards are developed and modified
  • Describe the three standard EDI tables each jurisdiction must modify so its trading partners know what data to send, when to send it, which data elements are accepted in the state, and the edits the jurisdiction will apply
  • Delineate some of the types of codes that are used in EDI and show how to find them quickly
  • Discuss the importance of correct sequencing of EDI reports
  • Distinguish between Event Benefits Segments and Sweep Benefits Segments
  • Determine when an MTC should and should not be reported in a Benefits Segment
  • Describe the importance of edits in EDI, their application to jurisdictional acknowledgments, and how to understand and react to error messages
  • Demonstrate facility in navigating the IAIABC Implementation Guide, EDI section of the IAIABC website, and give highlights of resources that can be found (Glossary, IRR process, committees, acronym list)

Please click here to view the full training program and detailed agenda.

Registration

Individuals will be required to complete online registration in order to participate. This training is currently full. To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Keri Lore at klore@iaiabc.org.

Registration Fee: $199 IAIABC Members/$249 Non Members

Your registration fee includes access to both Monday's and Tuesday's full day programming, training materials, morning coffee breaks, and afternoon soda breaks. Breakfasts and lunches are not provided. All meals will be the responsibility of the participant. Lunch break time has been included in the program for attendees to enjoy lunch off-site.

Location

The training will take place in Squire Room of the Best Western Sovereign Hotel in Albany, New York.

Best Western Sovereign Hotel
1228 Western Avenue
Albany, New York 12203

Hotel Accommodations

The preferred hotel is the Best Western Sovereign Hotel. Take advantage of the discounted guest room rate of $84 USD (single/double occupancy, tax extra). To secure this rate, please call the hotel (1-518-489-2981) before Monday, July 3, 2013 and mention IAIABC to book your room. Rooms and rate are first-come, first-serve, and are based on availability.

Other nearby hotels include:

Payment

All registrations and payments must be received by Friday, July 12, 2013 (U.S. Dollar currency only, via credit card or check). After this date, a $50 late fee will be automatically applied to late/onsite registrations or unpaid balances.

Credit Card: You can pay online during registration or call the IAIABC. The IAIABC accepts VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Cards

Check/Request an invoice: You should select the "Please send invoice" online payment option during registration, and enter the number "0" in the PO # Box. You will receive a paper invoice in the mail; checks should be payable to the "IAIABC."


Cancellations

The IAIABC reserves the right to cancel this event and return all registration fees. All registrations are fully transferable to another attendee, provided we are notified in writing up to the first day of the event. We will gladly refund any payments, less a $75 (U.S. Dollars) processing fee, for cancellations received in writing 30 days prior to the first day of the event. After that, no refunds will be made.

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