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  <header>EDI Bots Documents</header>
  <ul> 
    <a class="nav-link" href="#Introduction" rel="internal"><li>Introduction</li></a>
    <a class="nav-link" href="#What_is_EDI_Translator" rel="internal"><li>What is EDI Translator</li></a>
    <a class="nav-link" href="#EDI_Bots_Overview" rel="internal"><li>EDI Bots Overview</li></a>
    <a class="nav-link" href="#How_does_EDI_used_for_medical_billing" rel="internal"><li>How does EDI used for medical billing</li></a>
    <a class="nav-link" href="#Installations" rel="internal"><li>Installations</li></a>
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<main id="main-doc">
  <section class="main-section" id="Introduction">
    <header>Introduction</header>
    <article>  
      <p>Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the computer-to-computer exhcange of business documents in a standard elctronic format between business partners and replacing the faxing and mailing of paper documents.</p>

			<p>By Moviing from a paper-based exhange of business document to one that is electronic, buinesses enjoy major benefits such as reduced cost, increased processing speed, reduced errors and improved relationships with business partners. EDI documents use specific computer record formats that are based on widely accepted standards. However, each company will use the flexibility allowed by the standards in a unique way that fits their business needs. Used in a variety of industries, over 160,000 companies have made the sitch to EDI Software to improve their efficiencies. Many of these companies require all of their partners to also use EDI. The EDI process proivides many benefits. Computer-to-computer exchange of information is much less exprensive than handling paper documents. Studies have shon that manually processing a paper-based order can cost $70 or more while processing an EDI order cost less than one dollar. Faster transactions support reduction in inventory levels, better use of warehouse space, fewer out-of-stock occurrences and lower freight costs through fewer emergency expedites. Paper purchase orders can take up to 10 days from the time the buyer prepares the order to when the supplier ships it. EDI orders can take as little as one day. One drawback is that companies must ensure that they have the resources in place to make an EDI program work; however, the need for buying and hiring these resources or outsourcing them may be offset by the increased efficiency that EDI provides.</p>
			<p>How EDI Work</p>
				<li>A buyer prepares an order in his or her purchasing system and has it approved. Next, the EDI order is translated into an EDI document format called an 850 purchase order.</li>
				<li>The 850 purchase order is then securely transmitted to the supplier either via the internet or through a VAN (Value Added Network).</li>
				<li>If the purchase order is sent using a VAN, then the buyer’s VAN interconnects with the supplier’s VAN. The VANs make sure that EDI transactions are sent securely and reliably. The supplier’s VAN ensures that the supplier receives the order.</li>
				<li>The supplier’s computer system then processes the order.</li>
				<li>Data security and control are maintained throughout the transmission process using passwords, user identification and encryption. Both the buyer’s and the supplier’s EDI applications edit and check the documents for accuracy.</li>
    </article>
  </section>
  <section class="main-section" id="What_is_EDI_Translator">
    <header>What is EDI Translator</header>
    <article>
      <p>An EDI Translator is also referred to as EDI software or EDI translation software. An EDI Translator provides a means of transforming EDI data to and from formats suited for the enterprise. In other words, an EDI Translator converts data from irregular, enterprise-specific forms into an ordered and standardized structure that is compliant with EDI standards. The EDI Translator also performs the same function in reverse, converting an EDI document into a data structure that is appropriate for the enterprise. An EDI Translator can be developed in house, or it can be purchased through third party EDI Translator providers like Decentral. An EDI Translator can be deployed on several types of computer hardware and operating systems. An EDI Translator can be compatible with Windows, Unix, AS400 and other types of computers and operating systems.</p>
			<p>An EDI Translator can be deployed in several configurations. The most frequently used methods, however, are manual EDI processing and integrated EDI processing. In the former, an EDI Translator receives EDI data and provides printed reports that are used to manually key the information into in-house systems. This use of an EDI Translator is also referred to as "Rip and Read" or "Print and Re-key". Integrated EDI involves using the EDI Translator to automatically convert data into a format that is acceptable by the company's ERP or accounting system and then automatically routing the data to that system, with the reverse being true for outgoing transactions.</p>
			<p>How an EDI Translator Works?</p>
			<p>An EDI Translator works in a very similar manner as the manual process that it replaces. Assume that your business wants to inquire about the status of an order.
				<p>This process would involve:
					<li>Identify the data necessary to write the communication</li>
					<li>Retrieve the necessary information</li>
					<li>Arrange the data in a structure that the vendor can understand</li>
					<li>Send the request to the vendor</li>
					</p>
				</p>
			
      </article>
  </section>
  <section class="main-section" id="EDI_Bots_Overview">
    <header>EDI Bots Overview</header>
    <article>
    	<p>EDI Bots is fully functional software for EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) translator.</p>
    	<p>So, what EDI Bots can do?</p>
				<ul>
					<li>Supports various formats, such as:
						<ul>
							<li>EDIFACT</li>
							<li>X12</li>
							<li>TRADECOMS</li>
							<li>XML</li>
						</ul>
					</li>
					<li>Can be install on
						<ul>
							<li>Windows</li>
							<li>OSX</li>
							<li>Unix</li>
							<li>Rasbian</li>
						</ul>
					</li>
					<li>Handles high volumes of EDI transactions</li>
					<li>Flexible and customizable </li>
					<li>Extract and/or convert data</li>
					<li>Generate out and inbound messages</li>
					<li>Transmit messages from vendors</li>
				</ul>
    </article>
  </section>
  <section class="main-section" id="How_does_EDI_used_for_medical_billing">
  	<header>How does EDI used for medical billing</header>
  		<article>
  			<p>The healthcare industry is one of the many industries that process an enormous number of documents—patient medical records, health insurance reimbursements, and healthcare claims, among others. Using paper forms can be cumbersome, inefficient and expensive when you need to distribute, retrieve, organize, and search for data. So, in 1991, in answer to the Bush administration’s concern for rising healthcare costs, the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) was formed. It was instrumental for the enactment of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.</p>
  			<p>Healthcare data began to be transmitted in standard formats — primarily via the electronic data interchange (EDI) protocol X12 or EDI. Enabling HIPAA EDI transactions helped address security and compliance issues and fill other gaps such as information inaccuracy and patients’ lack of access to their healthcare information.</p>
  			<p>Electronic data interchange in healthcare allows the exchange of computer-processable healthcare data in a standardized format and secure manner among healthcare professionals, healthcare institutions, and patients.</p>
  			<p>Healthcare EDI uses standard transaction sets such as EDI Health Care Claim Transaction Set (837), EDI Health Care Claim Payment/Advice Transaction Set (835), EDI Benefit Enrollment and Maintenance Set (834), EDI Health Care Eligibility/Benefit Inquiry (270), and EDI Health Care Claim Status Request (276). Using these EDI HIPAA transaction sets, healthcare professionals and institutions can reap various benefits such as standardization, minimized transaction, and other costs, security, and improved productivity.</p>
  			<p>Benefits of EDI in Healthcare:
  				<li>Standardization</li>
  				<li>Cost savings</li>
  				<li>Security</li>
  				<li>Faster Processing Time</li>
  				<li>Improved Productivity</li>
  			</p>
  			<p>Enough talk, lets install!</p>
  		</article>
  </section>
  <section class="main-section" id="Installations">
  	<header>Installations</header>
  	<p>Installing on Linux Distros
  		<p>Note: When after installation, place botssys, usersys, and config directories somewwhere other than /usr directory. You must change the permission's read and write and make symbolic links within the EDI Bots directories.</p>
  		<p>Dependencies</p>
  			<ul>
  				<li>Required</li>
  					<ul>
  						<li>Python 2.6/2.7</li>
  						<li>Django Web framework version 1.4.0 to 1.7.0 (We will be using Django v1.6.11)</li>
  						<li>Cherrypy object-oriented web framework version 3.1.0</li>
  					</ul>
  				<li>Optional</li>
  					<ul>
  						<li>Genshi (when using templates/mapping to HTML).</li>
  						<li>SFTP needs paramiko and pycrypto. Newer versions of paramiko also need ecdsa.</li>
  						<li>Cdecimals speeds up bots.</li>
  						<li>Pyinotify to monitor EDI Bots</li>
  						<li>xlrd (when using incoming editype ‘excel’).</li>
  						<li>MySQL-Python >= 1.2.2, MySQL (when using database MySQL, but EDI Bots uses SQLite out of the box).</li>
  						<li>psycopg2, PostgreSQL (when using database PostgreSQL, but EDI Bots uses SQLite out of the box).</li>
  					</ul>
  			</ul>
  	</p>
  	<p>In this document, I will show you how to install on a Linux and Windows Machine. So in the tutorial, we'll be installing Python 2.7, Django 1.6.11, CherryPy 3.1.0, and Genshi. Also assuming you know basic linux commands.</p>
  		<p>Instructions
  			<ul>
  				<li>Install Django
  					<ul>
  						<code>wget https://www.djangoproject.com/download/1.6.11/tarball/</code><br>
  						<code>tar -xf Django-1.6.11.tar.gz</code><br>
  						<code>cd Django-1.6.11</code><br>
  						<code>python setup.py install</code><br>
  						<code>cd ..</code><br>
  					</ul>
  				</li>
  				<li>Install CherryPy
  					<ul>
  						<code>wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/c/cherrypy3/cherrypy3_3.2.2.orig.tar.gz</code><br>
  						<code>tar -xf CherryPy-3.2.2.tar.gz</code><br>
  						<code>cd CherryPy-3.2.2</code><br>
  						<code>python setup.py install</code><br>
  						<code>cd ..</code><br>
  					</ul>
  				</li>
  				<li>Install Genshi
  					<ul>
  						<code>wget http://ftp.edgewall.com/pub/genshi/Genshi-0.6.tar.gz</code><br>
  						<code>tar -xf Genshi-0.6.tar.gz</code><br>
  						<code>cd Genshi-0.6</code><br>
  						<code>python setup.py install</code><br>
  						<code>cd ..</code><br>
  					</ul>
  				</li>
  				<li>Install EDI Bots
  					<ul>
  						<code>wget https://sourceforge.net/projects/bots/files/bots%20open%20source%20edi%20software/3.2.0/bots-3.2.0.tar.gz/download</code><br>
  						<code>tar -xf bots-3.2.0.tar.gz</code><br>
  						<code>cd bots-3.2.0</code><br>
  						<code>python setup.py install</code><br>
  						<code>cd ..</code><br>
  					</ul>
  				</li>
  			</ul>
  		</p>
  	
  	<p>Installing on Windows 10</p>
  	<p>Note: Python and EDI Bots need to be install as admin.</p>
  	<p>For Windows with 64bits:</p>
  		<ul>
  			<li><a href="https://sourceforge.net/projects/bots/files/bots%20open%20source%20edi%20software/3.2.0/bots-3.2.0.win-amd64.exe/download">Click here to download EDI Bots Installer</a></li>
  		</ul>
  	<p>For Windows with 32bits:</p>
  		<ul>
  			<li><a href="https://sourceforge.net/projects/bots/files/bots%20open%20source%20edi%20software/3.2.0/bots-3.2.0.win32.exe/download">Click here to download EDI Bots Installer</a></li>
  		</ul>
  	<p>After you downloaded the zip file, unzip it and double click on install bots.</p>
  	<p>Congrats! You've installed EDI Bots</p>
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