Trading Partner definition

Trading Partner means any external computer interoperating with a Licensed Component through one or more protocols, one or more networks, or one or more adapters;
Trading Partner means an entity that has registered with the Commission to exchange data through Electronic Data Interchange.
Trading Partner means any person with whom we have a contractual relationship with, for example a joint venture relationship, partnership relationship, agency relationship or introducing broker relationship;

Examples of Trading Partner in a sentence

  • Trading Partner shall prepare and submit or receive TCMIS and other TennCare related data using network connectivity, protocols, and media approved by the State.

  • Prior to the submission of any transaction types to the TCMIS production system or to any other TennCare systems, or as a result of changes to an existing transaction type or system, Trading Partner agrees to submit test transactions to the State for both the additional and any previously approved transaction types.

  • The purpose of this Trading Partner Agreement (TPA) is to identify the activities that DEP and EPA will undertake as partners in exchanging RCRA handler data via the Exchange Network.

  • TennCare reserves the right to suspend Xxxxxxx Partner's access in the event of Trading Partner's inappropriate use of access as determined by TennCare, including, but not limited to, in the event fifty percent (50%) of Trading Partner requests received are not matched.

  • Trading Partner agrees to submit to the TCMIS and any other TennCare systems only those individual transaction types for which specific approval from the State has been requested and received via the Electronic Data Interchange Request Form available under Electronic Data Interchange ("EDI") on the TennCare website.

More Definitions of Trading Partner

Trading Partner means an entity or individual with whom the Customer engages in accordance with this Agreement in electronic commerce by means of Software and, in the case of TIBCO® Fulfillment Provisioning, TIBCO® KxDR and TIBCO Kabira® Software products, an individual with whom Customer engages to provide services, which may include, electronic commerce and or general service activation and provisioning of wireline and wireless packages for the exchange of data and content.
Trading Partner means any entity that is itself or through a subcontractor transmitting or receiving HIPAA Compliant X12 Electronic Transactions.
Trading Partner means an entity approved by the Bureau to exchange data electronically with the Bureau on behalf of an adjusting entity.
Trading Partner means any person with whom the Company has a contractual relationship with, for example a joint venture relationship, partnership relationship, agency relationship or introducing relationship;
Trading Partner denotes our partner (agent) who offers You the card.
Trading Partner means a provider, prepaid health plan (PHP), clinic, or allied agency that has entered into a trading partner agreement with the Department in order to satisfy all or part of its obligations under a contract by means of electronic data interchange (EDI), electronic remittance advice (ERA), electronic media claims (EMC), or any other mutually agreed means of electronic exchange or transfer of data. EDI transactions must comply with the requirements of the EDI rules OAR 407-120-0100 through 407-120-0200. For the purposes of these rules EDI does not include electronic transmission by web portal.
Trading Partner is defined as an issuer of an insurance policy that supplements Medicare or a State agency responsible for administration of Title XIX of the Social Security Act. It is also defined as a federal agency, or contractor thereof, that administers and provides health care benefits for its eligible beneficiaries or an entity working under contract with a self-insured employer plan or an insurer to adjudicate claims and perform other insurance functions, including those required for coordination of benefit activities. A Trading Partner does not include entities that merely receive, route, and/or translate files, such as health care clearinghouses, network service vendors, data transmission services, and billing services.