A simple EDI 835 file format parser.
EDI 835 Parser
edi-835-parser: a lightweight EDI 835 file parser
This package provides a simple-to-use Python interface to EDI 835 Health Care Claim Payment and Remittance Advice files.
This package is made publicly available by Senscio Systems, the company behind the Ibis Program, an industry leading healthcare initiative that helps people take control of their chronic condition management.
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Binary installers for the latest released version are at the Python Package Index. Please note that you need to run Python 3.9 or higher to install the edi-835-parser.
pip install edi-835-parser
To parse an EDI 835 file simply execute the
from edi_835_parser import parse path = '~/Desktop/my_edi_file.txt' transaction_set = parse(path)
parse function also works on a directory path.
from edi_835_parser import parse path = '~/Desktop/my_directory_of_edi_files' transaction_sets = parse(path)
In both cases,
parse returns an instance of the
This is the class you manipulate depending on your needs.
For example, say you want to work with the transaction sets data as a
from edi_835_parser import parse path = '~/Desktop/my_directory_of_edi_files' transaction_sets = parse(path) data = transaction_sets.to_dataframe()
And then save that
pd.DataFrame as a
The complete set of
TransactionSets functionality can be found by inspecting the
class found at
Example EDI 835 files can be found in
tests/test_edi_835/files. To run the tests use
python -m pytest
Contributing to edi-835-parser
All contributions, bug reports, bug fixes, documentation improvements, enhancements, and ideas are welcome.
Not all EDI 835 elements and segments are currently parsable and not all EDI codes are mapped. If you are interested in contributing to edi-835-parser, please feel free to fork the project and/or reach out by emailing email@example.com.
A special thank you to Github user
gizquier2 for his interest in this project and continued feedback.
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