Industry Experts, Community Partners

We’re in it for the long term and are committed to moving the industry forward in a way that benefits all of us. We’ve handled millions of claims in the last twenty-plus years, and today, we continue to offer an array of software services and solutions:

EDI Claims Clearinghouse  |  Printing Services  |  Custom EDI / Translation Services  |  Application & Software Development

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Our Team

Brian Smith

Brian Smith

Vice President

More than 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, held positions in provider relations, network development, and remains a licensed insurance producer in Indiana.

Member of NADP, HL7, and the Heartspring School Site Council board, a residential facility for children with autism.

An aficionado of John Candy films, one of the few to own Who’s Harry Crumb on VHS.

Lori Young

Lori Young

Senior Account Executive

Previously consulted with corporate mailrooms on how to cut down spend, has more than a decade of experience in eliminating paper waste.

Member of NADP, NDEDIC, CAQH, and HL7.

The oldest of eight children and a prior Miami high school science teacher, has no problem schooling you.

Eric Kirnbauer

Eric Kirnbauer

Senior Account Manager – EDI Expert

Part of Tesia since the beginning, oversaw the company’s transformation into an EDI services company and dental focused clearinghouse.

Serves on the board of trustees NDEDIC, and is a member of the NADP, HL7, and X12.

A lover of all things outdoors, father and former troop leader of two Eagle Scouts, current horse whisperer. 

Trish Edler

Trish Edler

Product Owner

Joined Tesia in 1996 as a business analyst, present for the company’s transformation to an EDI services company and dental clearinghouse.

As product owner, works directly with customers to develop a clear understanding of their needs and distills that information to development team by creating the product vision.

Claims to be an Iowdianan, once took out a little league umpire who scolded her son for pitching too hard.