HearAid Version 5.0

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The Reckon/QuickBooks interfaces make the following assumptions:

1.Reckon/QuickBooks has a set of item and, where applicable, tax codes for each of the Office of Hearing Services items in the current item schedule
2.Reckon/QuickBooks has a set of item and, where applicable, tax codes for each of the Office of Hearing Services items in the previous item schedule - these items are required in order to correctly apply payments for items with service dates in the previous year
3.Reckon/QuickBooks has a Card/Customer for the Office of Hearing Services. Client HSC and top-up invoices are created for individual clients and HearAid 5.0 will create Card/Customer entries as needed for individuals. However, invoices for schedule service items to Office of Hearing Services clients are raised against the Office of Hearing Services and not the client for whom the service was provided
4.While HearAid 5.0 requires the above items and Card/Customer to exist in Reckon/QuickBooks, users can "map" their existing item and card/customer codes to the items and card/customer codes used by HearAid 5.0 using the ACCOUNT_MAP table

 

QuickBooks uses a proprietary XML interface which requires that Reckon/QuickBooks be running alongside HearAid 5.0

 

The Reckon/QuickBooks interface requires:

1.The Accounts module licence must be installed on each computer which will use the interface
2.The interface must be set up correctly in HearAid 5.0 in Tools|Options
3.The ACCOUNT_MAP must be correct
4.The ibizqb4.dll or inqb5.dll must be installed in the same folder as the HearAid5.exe program file
5.All Reckon/QuickBooks Customers must have unique names.Reckon/QuickBooks will not allow more than one customer with the same name