Pracsoft User Guide
Payment Types

When Recording a Visit you must indicate the type of payment made, and in some cases the details of the payment type in order to issue a receipt. The following information briefly describes the payment types available.

Cash/Direct Deposit

When recording a visit where the payer pays by cash or direct deposit, you need only indicate which bank account the payment has been made for.

Cheque

When recording a visit where the payer pays by cheque, you must record the cheque's details, and indicate which bank account the payment has been made for.

Credit Card

When recording a visit where the payer pays by credit card, you must record the credit card details, and indicate which bank account the payment has been made for.

EFTPOS Auto

While you have been able to record EFTPOS transactions in MedicalDirector Pracsoft for some time, from Pracsoft 3.7 you can process EFTPOS transactions seamlessly with MedicalDirector's Integrated EFTPOS facility, known as EFTPOS Auto. The key benefit of the Integrated EFTPOS solution is that transaction information is sent directly from Pracsoft to the EFTPOS terminal without the need to re-key, resulting in faster, easier payments. With the integrated solution there are no more data entry errors and you also benefit from online real-time reporting.

When recording a visit where the payer pays by EFTPOS Auto, you must indicate which bank account the payment has been made for.

EFTPOS Manual

When recording a visit where the payer pays by manual EFTPOS, you must record the patient's card details, and indicate which bank account the payment has been made for.