Repeating Group

Published on Tue Mar 01 2022

There are 2 segments within this data that start with REF* and end with a tilde (~). I can capture one of them but not both. I've read and cant seem to figure this one out. I DO need to preface with the NM1*03 piece.

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Repeating Group

Repeating Group

There are 2 segments within this data that start with REF* and end with a tilde (~). I can capture one of them but not both. I've read and cant seem to figure this one out. I DO need to preface with the NM1*03 piece.

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