We have developed an integration with the Dental Lab software Magic Touch that allows for prescriptions and scans submitted to your Lab through EasyRx to appear in Magic Touch. This should be backwards-compatible with all versions of Magic Touch.
This initial setup can be done with the help of Magic Touch and they can provide you with the IP address or domain name shown in the last screenshot.
You can then update the case in Magic Touch which will automatically update the Rx in EasyRx through our different case statuses (Checked-in, Completed, Shipped) so that your Practices can see the case progress. If you mark a case as Shipped in Magic Touch you can also include the shipment information which will show up in EasyRx.
This will need to be set up both in the API in Magic Touch as shown below. This will allow you to create a Username and Password which you can then enter into EasyRx.
If you do not have an EasyRx testing account (this is different from a Test Practice) you don't have to enter anything in that Test URL field and uncheck the Test mode box as you won't need to run this.
Now is when you will enter in that username and password (the top one, not the CallBack) into the EasyRx Lab account under Configure>3rd Party Integrations
You will need to enter your Username and Password for Magic Touch, as well as your Magic Touch server IP address as shown below:
You can get this IP address or domain name for Magic Touch from your IT group or whoever handles that at your office.
As mentioned above, Magic Touch can also provide this to you.
The last thing to do is to enter in the Magic Touch ID in EasyRx for the Doctor and/or the Offices as shown below. Doctors can have a standalone Magic Touch application for themselves, or they might operate under an Office's.
If you go to your Practices tab at the top of your page and then View next to the name of that Practice, then you can click either of the blue links ("Edit Name, Email or Doctors" to enter in a Dr.s Magic Touch ID, or "Edit 123 Elm Street" to enter in the Practice location's Magic Touch ID).
When a case goes through to Magic Touch it will look for the Dr. ID first and if it doesn't find one then it will look for that Practice location's ID and if it doesn't find THAT then it will keep going down the list of locations until it can find a Magic Touch ID.
If it cannot find any Magic Touch ID that's when it gets filed under that EasyRx "fallback" that was created in the first screenshot. So pretty much anything that can't "find a home" in Magic Touch will go under that EasyRx name in Magic Touch.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!