Test it and see for yourself
You can test your EDI file(s) by selecting them and clicking one of the available generate options. All the processed files in our test environment are restricted to showing up to 10 claims, all the subsequent claims will have most of their values masked. This restriction is, of course, removed in our actual (purchased) services.
Security & Liability Notice
Your file(s) will be temporarily uploaded to our server for EDI processing, but please mind that we don't keep them or store the processed data in any way.
In order to be completely safe, you should not upload any files with the actual patient data, otherwise we can't be held responsible for any potential data leak or financial loss induced by such action.
If you have trouble finding or producing a test file, or a reluctant to upload a live file, here are the EDI 837 and EDI 835 test files you can download and try.
IMPORTANT: Please note that all the people, company names, policy, tax, NPI and other identifying numbers in our test files are fictitious, so any resemblance to real life data is purely coincidental.
A PDF report is a nicely formatted representation of the EDI 835 file, similar to the paper EOB. XML document is generated according to our sample EDI 835 XML schema.
If you choose to try our test EDI 835 file, you'll find several remittances in it, along with a couple advanced scenarios, like provider level adjustments, late filing charges and interest payments.
Testing options are coming soon...
Although our sample XML schemas can be used in a real life situation, please note that our production environment XML schemas are usually specified by our clients, since they want to define them in a way which facilitates the import/export process in their software.
Additionally, when generating the test XML files, please have in mind that some browsers have a built-in XML parser (like IE and Firefox) and some don't (like Google Chrome), so don't be surprised if you get an empty page when viewing either the generated XML document or the sample XML schema. In that case you can see the XML document by viewing the source of the page.
Test Web Service
All the testing options on this web page call our test web service in the background. For those who are interested in more technical details or would like to test their files directly via web service, you can check it at EDI Test Service. WSDL is available here.
This is pretty much how the actual communication would function, it would only be setup through a production, secure web service. If you need more help with web service testing, please contact us.