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Connecting Nookal to Tyro HealthPoint

This article will show you how to connect your Tyro terminal to Nookal’s built-in Tyro HealthPoint integration.

This integration will help to save time and minimise errors when processing payments for your clients as the payment amounts are automatically sent to the terminal. This integration ensures a speedy invoicing process and minimises the risk of errors so that daily banking reconciles correctly between EFTPOS and Nookal.

Additionally, with the multi-merchant functionality, it is possible to add the bank accounts for every provider, eliminating the need for having multiple physical terminals and reducing the chance of billing to the wrong provider’s bank account.

Connecting Nookal with Tyro

1. Head to Setup.

2. Click Integrations under Connections. 

 

3. Enable Tyro HealthPoint from the list of available integrations and click Configure. 

 

4. This will take you to the Tyro page, where you can click Add Terminal. 

5. Add the Merchant ID provided by Tryo upon registration and Name to identify the account.

6. Add the Terminal ID found on the machine and the Terminal Name to identify it.

7. Select for which Locations the terminal will be used.

8. The HealthPoint feature is enabled by default to allow Private Health claim.

9. Click Add.

After completing the steps above, Tyro will be automatically enabled in the account.

Once Tyro is enabled, go to Practice > Setup > Services / Classes and ticked the Healthpoint option to enable claiming private health for these items.

 

Each time a new terminal is added, it will be assigned a unique integration key.

As this key is used to link a particular Tyro machine, quote the key number to the Tyro support team in the event that troubleshooting is required. Tyro can be contacted 24/7 at their support hotline: 1300 966 639.

 

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