HIPAA 834 5010 file, BN_834_MBR_SEG_N4H Is Incorrect For Foreign Addresses With no State/Prov Or Country Subdivisions
Last updated on DECEMBER 13, 2017
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The HIPAA 834 output with foreign addresses shown in the N4 segment are incorrect.
Where the country has no state/province or country subdivisions, the BN_834_MBR_SEG_N4H should end with City name, Blank state or province code, Postal code, Country Code.
e.g. for the country of Marshall Islands, N4*Majuro**96960*MHL~
Instead, the BN_834_MBR_SEG_N4H is incorrect for Foreign Addresses with no State/Prov or Country subdivisions is showing *** (three empty segments) at the end of the N4.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Locate a test employee who is enrolled in Health benefits and who has a US Home Address. Insert a new effective dated row for a non-US country that has no state or province codes. Example - the address is in the city of Majuro, postal code 96960, country of Marshall Islands. Save the change.
2. Run the Refresh Benefit Snapshot BEN100A.sqr process with a fresh run control ID and current date, to get a new base benefits snapshot.
3. Using the same run control ID and date, run the Create HIPAA EDI 834 file process. Use the Full File Audit file type and Create a HIPAA 834 5010 file.
4. Review the N4 segment results on the HIPAA output file. It is showing: N4*Majuro**96960*MHL***~
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