Mar 15, 2017 Update Notes


SOFTWARE CHANGES INCLUDED IN THIS UPDATE:

15 Mar 17 software changes 132 x 42 

1.  LASER/ZEBRA LABELS - INACTIVE ITEM
It is now possible to set an item 'inactive' so that it does not print.
Currently, an item can be removed (by setting its vertical position to '0' and
then later re-added.

Set the new field, 'Inact [ ]' to 'Y' to not print that item and set it to
<blank> to re-instate printing.

2.  DRUG USAGE BY DATE RANGE
The ability to generate a '.csv' (Comma Separated Values) output file has been
added.  Set the new, 'CSV File Output' field to 'Y'.

3.  REPORT BUILDER - LOG OF SCRIPTS
Drug Item, '23. Drug is OTC', and Misc Items, '27. Pharmacist Name' and '28.
Technician Name' have been added to this program.

4.  SOFTWARE OPTIONS - AUTO CONVERT HC - FILL TECH PW - BLANK PRIORITY - PRINT
DUR
Four software options have been added:
    'Auto Convert eScript HC' (page 3), when set to 'Y' will convert the
information from an eScript and generate a 'Hard Copy' image that is linked to
the prescription.  Previously, the eScript information would need to be
printed and then scanned.

    'Always prompt for Fill Tech Pass' (page 9), when set to 'Y' will prompt
for the 'Filling Technicians' password.

    'Allow Blank Priority' (page 9), when set to 'Y' will not require any
priority to be set.

    'Print DUR on Refills (Label only)' (page 12), when set to 'Y' will print
DUR information when a refill is processed.  IF set to 'N', will inhibit
printing DUR information when a refill is processed or reprinted.  If set to
'L', the DUR information for a refill will print for a label reprint.

'OLD' (80x24) SOFTWARE CHANGES

15 Mar 17 software changes (80x24) 

P.O.S SOFTWARE CHANGES

1.  HEARTLAND (HPS) - PAX PAYMENT TERMINAL ADDED - FSA AND CHIP CARDS
The FSI PAYMENT APPLICATION NOW SUPPORTS the PAX Px5 Payment Terminal.  This
device is a PCI 'Out-of-Scope' terminal which reduces your current PCI
compliance requirements.  FSI no longer needs to perform PCI certification for
devices such as this one.

The initial release of this terminal has a very slow display of sales items
(compared to the Ingenico iSC250).  We are hopeful PAX will fix this in the
near future.

Like the Ingenico terminal, the PAX Px7 supports electroic signature capture
for script pickup, HIPAA, and No Safety Cap, as well as payment card.

    SETUP - Register Maintenance
            'Pole Display'   - Set the 'Poll Disp Name' to 'P'
            PIN Pad Options  - Set the 'PIN Pad Type' to 'P'

The 'Cash Back' Configuration is slightly different than the Ingenico
terminal.
To completely DISABLE Cash Back prompting for DEBIT transactions, the terminal
must be configured from the terminal's key board:
    Press the [1] and [Green Enter] keys at the same time and release.  
       A prompt for 'Please Enter Password:' will appear.  Type:
                916860
       'Main Menu' appears.  Select [2]  (Merchant Settings)
                         then [6]  (Additional Prompts)
       Prompt for Password occurs again.
       Select [1]   (CashBack Prompt)
       Select [1]  for NO CashBack prompting or [2] to enable CashBack.

       In Register Maintenance with CashBack enabled, you can define pre-set
amount 'buttons'.  Setting the 'Cash Back Maximum' to non-zero enables the
loading of four 'Cash Back Key's.  This terminal does not check for a maximum.
If set to ZERO, the terminal will allow a manual input by customers for any
amount.

The positive features of this terminal is the ability to process 'chip' (EMV/
SMART) payment cards as well as FSA cards.  Reduced PCI compliance is another
plus.


*** NOTICE:  ELAVON is planning to support 'chip' and FSA transactions later
this year.



PHARMACY SOFTWARE CHANGES

1.  LASER/ZEBRA LABELS - INACTIVE ITEM
It is now possible to set an item 'inactive' so that it does not print.
Currently, an item can be removed (by setting its vertical position to '0' and
then later re-added.

Set the new field, 'Inact [ ]' to 'Y' to not print that item and set it to
<blank> to re-instate printing.

Thank you, and have a nice day.