Deposits slips can be created for patient payments and insurance payments.
In the Manage Module, click Deposits.
A dated list of all deposits ever made will show. Use the Clinic drop down menu to filter the list by Clinics.
For each deposit, a deposit slip can be printed with your bank account number to take to the bank. See Deposit Slip Layout to customize deposit slips. Set up Automatic Deposit Entries in the Accounting system to track bank account deposits (see Accounting Setup). Deposits can also be created for QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online.
Click Add to create a new deposit. The Edit Deposit Slip window will open.
Patient Payments: A list of Payments that are not attached to a deposit (sorted by payment date, then date entered).
Insurance Payments: A list of Claim Payments that are not attached to a deposit (sorted by payment date, then date entered).
By default, all payments are highlighted. Deselect any payments to exclude them from this deposit (ctrl + left-click) or filter the list by changing the criteria under Show (only shows when a new deposit is added). After changing the filter criteria, click Refresh to update the list.
Also search the deposit for a specific payment:
Enter deposit information in the upper right:
When the deposit is ready, there are a few options before saving:
Click OK, to save and lock the deposit. The Edit Deposit Slip window will close.
To send deposits to QuickBooks:
You have the option of sending deposits to Class Refs in QuickBooks for clinics. To enable this option and define Class Ref options, see QuickBooks, Enable QuickBooks Class Refs. When enabled, there will be a Class dropdown on the Edit Deposit Slip window:
To send deposits to a specific Class Ref in QuickBooks:
A message will let you know that the deposit was successfully sent to QuickBooks.
When QuickBooks Online is enabled, you will be prompted to select the account. Select the accounts from the dropdown, then click OK.
To correct a deposit follow these steps:
Hint: It is easiest to complete all deposits first, then make corrections at the end. This way all remaining payments can easily be identified as the payments to attach to the corrected deposit.