In 1992 American Coders was started by Joseph McVerry as a Raleigh NC computer consulting firm. Since that time the company has produced several programing tools for businesses. The products included web page development, dbase access tools, AJAX based web pages and EDI Generators.
Corrected for missing control variable to allow EDIFact envelopes include object position when generating XML related file.
Code clean-up using FindBug tool
Corrected NPE (Null Pointer Exception) in validation routines.
Added 005010X210/275 - Additional Information to Support a Health Care Claim or Encounter
Several rules files IDList IDCodes had no value specified.
Added Additional Information to Support a Health Care Claim or Encounter (275)
Added 005010X215 Health Care Services Review - Inquiry and Response (278)
Removed 4010/5010 gap analysis tool and HIPAA 4010 Transaction Testing
Added support for Clipper large char fields.
Successfully converted the UN/EDIFACT 10B specifications to the OBOE XML rules file format.
Open Source Code Application to scrub X12 data.
Updated Excel spreadsheet context with Point and Figure recommendations.
New Release - rebuild class structure, improved computational speed.
Release 1.1.6 - Improved file WRITE tag logic.
Very simple HIPAA claims tracking system for providers using the PIXES for OBOE and XML
Corrected null pointer exception
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OBOE for HIPAA 5010 The same package with extended classes to handle the HIPAA 5010 specific definitions.
OBOE For HIPAA 4010 The same package with extended classes to handle the HIPAA 4010 specific definitions.