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Functional Limitation (FL) Report

WebPT’s functional limitation reporting (FLR) report provides information to clinics with insurances requiring Functional Limitation Reporting. Let's take a look at the report and its various sections.

  1. Select FL Report from the Reports section.                                                                          
  2. Select a Time Period, Therapist Type, and Insurance Type from the drop-down menus and generate the report.              
  3. The report has three sections, a Pie Chart, Grid, and Table. Let's dive into each of these areas.
  4. The pie chart displays the total FLR G-Code utilization for the clinic over the time period. Hover over each slice for statistics. The grid view shows a precise breakdown of each of the G-codes as well as the total patients seen and total visits. 
  5. The table provides the most complete view of FLR in the clinic, showing a complete record of each functional limitation, segmented by note types. 
  6. You can export the results to PDF or Excel using the Generate PDF or Export to Excel links.

Report Summary

This section of the FL report provides real-time FLR data statistics organized by therapist. Using the drop-down menu, you can choose to display certain functional limitations. You can also customize these statistics based on the above-mentioned report details.

The report summary contains a number of headings clinics can use to monitor and quantify the activities of each therapist. Here’s what the headings mean:

  • Patients: The total number of patients a therapist has seen
  • Visits: The total number of visits a therapist has completed
  • OneTime: Indicates that the therapist discharged a patient during the Initial Examination
  • IE: Initial Examination
  • PN: Progress Note
  • RE: Re-Examination
  • DC: Discharge Summary
  • DN: Daily Notes
  • OF: Orthosis Fabrication
  • G-Code Change: indicates that the therapist changed the G-code over the course of treatment.
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