AOD Software Achieved HIPAA 5010 Certification Through Edifecs

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AOD Software recently achieved certification for the 837I EDI Health Care Institutional Claim file in the new HIPAA 5010 format through the Edifecs5010+ certification criteria.

The Edifecs certification indicates that the file submitted “passed the WEDI/SNIP & X12 rules defined for the transaction and that the submitter was able to generate a valid HIPAA 5010 compliant file.”

“AOD Software has been diligently working on the specifications for HIPAA 5010 and is proud to be making great strides toward compliance well in advance of CMS’ deadline,” said Jean Fullington, Manager of Quality Assurance at AOD Software.

AOD Software is a developer of targeted application software serving the Long Term Care Industry. AOD has also been recently recognized as the #219th fastest-growing software company in all of the US by Inc 5000. The company is currently searching for candidates nationally.

About AOD Software

AOD Software offers AnswersTM, a fully integrated long term care software system which is comprised of EHR, financial and operational software for Long Term Care. AOD Software’s solutions are the most comprehensive in the LTC industry with over 45 modules that interconnect to offer a seamless software. AOD has helped LTC facilities to become more efficient in areas including Electronic Health Record (EHR), MDS 3.0, Care Plans, Assisted Living, Home Health, Human Resources, Payroll, Billing, and Financial functions including full General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Facilities Management, Marketing and Donor Development and even Point of Sale (POS). For more information, please visit www.AODsoftware.com



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Lisset Schwartz, 954-724-9809
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