There are a number of facets to the actual implementation of EDI. We will be implementing EDI in two parts – the process to receive the First Report of Injury (FROI), then the process to receive Subsequent Reports of Injury (SROI).
The Industrial Accidents Division is pleased to announce that after careful consideration it has chosen to authorize all six EDI service vendors that bid on solicitations NH18043 & NH18042-1 to offer their services to our trading partners. The authorized firms, and their designated contacts, are:
Note: Industrial Accidents Division neither endorses nor recommends the products or services of any particular vendor. Industrial Accidents Division’s authorization of vendors is based solely on their specific Claims Release 3 EDI experience. Our goal is to provide you, our trading partners, with competent firms to select from. Industrial Accidents Division suggests careful review of vendor products and claims as well as to contact current and past customers prior to contracting a vendors' service.
FROI trading partner testing concluded December 31, 2012. All new claims being reported as of this date are required to be sent to the Division through EDI. As new trading partners enter the Utah market they must adhere to EDI reporting requirements and submit the Claims EDI Trading Partner Forms to receive approval to begin reporting.
SROI tables were published August 15, 2012 and last revised February 27, 2019. As announced January 3, 2018 SROI implementation commenced on July 3, 2018. SROI reporting will be mandatory for all claims with a date of injury of July 1, 2019 and forward.
*Please check this page often as it will be updated throughout the Claims EDI implementation process.