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Manage Electronic Transactions
You can submit all of your claims and receive your payments electronically for faster processing and payment using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
How to Get StartedTo find out if your organization already receives electronic payments, check My Payment Preferences.
Next, find out how to enroll in EDI.
Benefits of Using EDI
EDI allows paperless billing and payment for healthcare services and supplies and automates many types of routine inquiries.
The benefits of using EDI include:
- Reduced administrative costs. The average physician’s office can save up to $46,000 annually using electronic transactions for common administrative tasks, according to a report by The Milliman Group (PDF 96KB).
- Improved accuracy of billing/posting information
- Reduced paperwork for your office
- Improved cash flow
- Faster claims processing
- Improved security for protected information
Using EDI, you can automatically post electronic remittance advice (ERA) to your practice management system, reducing data entry, speeding up patient billing and freeing up staff for more important tasks.
Electronic funds transfer (EFT) allows you to have your claims payments automatically deposited directly in your business account, minimizing your risk of lost checks or lock-box delays.
In This Section
Follow these easy steps to enroll in EDI for your organization, either through a clearinghouse or directly with Blue Shield of California.
Get answers to questions about using electronic data interchange (EDI), electronic remittance advices (ERA) and electronic funds transfer (EFT).
Access our companion guides for trading partners who exchange electronic transactions directly with us (not through a clearinghouse).
If you conduct business electronically, read about these two significant changes to HIPAA standard transactions and code sets.