Tuesday Dec 27, 2011

Illness Monitoring for The Netherlands

In the Netherlands there are strict regulations in regards to tracking and monitoring follow-up actions in case of long-term illnesses. This is covered under the "Wet Poortwachter" act. PeopleSoft HCM does support the ability to track illness, as well as generate a long-term illness report, but in order to better support this legislation PeopleSoft HCM delivered additional capabilities to track follow-up actions supported by time-driven workflow notifications. The Illness Monitoring feature has been made available as part of HR 9.1 Bundle #3 (Update 814919) and additional capabilities have been delivered with HR 9.1 Bundle #8 (Update 852825). Click here to read Document ID 1389158.1 

Tuesday Nov 22, 2011

PeopleSoft HCM Legislative Alert for Malaysia

We have created a position paper covering the pending legislation for the Employees Provident Fund announced in SUPPLY BILL (2012).  Details can be found in My Oracle Support

Thursday Sep 08, 2011

HIPAA 834 EDI is changing - are you prepared?

As a result of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) there are significant modifications to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) which include creating new code and transaction sets for the HIPAA 834 EDI. The Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has adopted ASC X12 version 5010 and NCPDP version D.0 as the next HIPAA standard for HIPAA covered transactions. The final rule was published on January 16, 2009 with all covered entities to be compliant by January 1, 2012.

The Health Care Industry uses Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to transfer data. They have developed standards to be implemented consistently by all organizations to facilitate a smooth EDI environment. PeopleSoft Base Benefits adopted the standard Benefits Enrollment and Maintenance transaction ANSI ASC X12.834 version 4, release 1, sub-release 0 to provide standardized data requirements and contents to users of Version 004010 of ANSI ASC X12, Benefits Enrollment and Maintenance (834). The 834 is used to transfer enrollment information from the sponsor of the insurance coverage, benefits, or policy to a payer.  

The new standard was published for the Benefits Enrollment and Maintenance Transaction ANSI ASC X12.834 version 5, release 1, sub-release 0. A Position Statement was issued to describe the changes that will be made to the PeopleSoft Base Benefits module to allow customers to generate the required 834 transactions on the new standard. These changes will be delivered to our customers on supported releases to 8.81 (with extended support) under the following BUG ID numbers: The targeted release date is by the end of Q3 (end of August beginning of September).

 Release  Bug ID
 8.81 (with extended support) 11590897
 8.9 11594576
 9.0 11582957
 9.1 12553862

See the Position Statement (Doc ID 1340431.1) in My Oracle Support  for detailed information on what is changing.

Keeping Up to date for Legislative Changes for Peoplesoft Global Payroll China

There were three legislative changes related to China Public Housing Fund and Social Insurance announced in 2011 year:
- Beijing monthly minimum wage and the average annual salary of previous year
- Beijing Public Housing Fund high limit
- Shanghai Public Housing Fund low and high limit

For more information please refer to Document ID 1343119.1 on My Oracle Support

Please note the Document posted in My Oracle Support is in Chinese. 

 

Keeping Up to Date for legislative Changes for Global Payroll Hong Kong

Please refer to Document ID 1343139.1 on My Oracle support for the latest significant legislative updates for PeopleSoft Global Payroll Hong Kong.
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