The 3-tier hierarchy model is enabled in the instance, and the parent affiliation is not visible on several records, even though a parent record is added during the record creation.
The parent record has an incorrect HCO Type (hco_type__v) value.
This is working as designed. If the 3-tier hierarchy is enabled, the rule for hiding relationships is to hide any parent affiliations where the parent record has no HCO Type value or has a value of the hide set which is the following:
|Reference Code||Reference Value Name|
|1_11||Hospital, Other Special|
|1_16||Hospital, Plastic Surgery|
|1_18||Hospital, Occupational Disease|
|1_19||Hospital, Combine Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine|
|1_2||Hospital, Infectious Disease|
|1_20||Hospital, Traditional Chinese|
|1_7||Mental Health Hospital|
|2_1||Professional Public Health Agencies, Maternity and Child Care Institution|
|2_2||Professional Public Health Agencies, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|2_3||Professional Public Health Agencies, Regulatory Authorities|
|2_4||Professional Public Health Agencies, Disease-Specific Care|
|3_1||Primary-level Medical and Health Care Institutions, Village Clinic|
|3_2||Primary-level Medical and Health Care Institutions, Community Health Service Center|
|3_3||Primary-level Medical and Health Care Institutions, Township Hospital|
|3_4||Primary-level Medical and Health Care Institutions, Clinic/Healthy Center|
|4:41||Organization, Shared Practice|
Network Help Documentation: Regional data model features
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