Patient Pain Scale Progress Report

The Patient Pain Scale Progress report gives a summary of the overall progress a patient has reported through the use of the pain scale. 

In this article, we’ll cover

  1. Locate and Run the Report
  2. Patient Pain Scale Progress Field Descriptions

Locate and Run the Report

Only a Company Admin can access Outcomes Reports.

  1. In the Reports toolbar, select Outcome Reports
  2. In the Patient Reports category, select Patient Pain Scale Progress
  3. To run the report, you will select the date range you’d like to report. 
  4. You will also need to search for the patient’s name by clicking the magnifying glass. 
  5. From the Select a Patient pop-up, search for the patient by first name, last name, and/or birthdate. Or, scroll through the patient list to locate the patient and click Select
  6. Use the drop-down menu next to Case to choose All Cases or a specific case.  
  7. Choose whether you’d like to include the patient’s name on the report by checking the box next to Include Patient Name on Report
  8. Once you’ve selected the report parameters, click Run Report at the top of the screen. 
  9. Your report opens a new window as a PDF file. Make sure to enable pop-ups in your browser settings for http://app.webpt.com

    Patient Pain Scale Progress Field Descriptions 

    This report summarizes the patient’s progress and identifies the questionnaire, treatment area, type of questionnaire, and the pain level reported on the OMT. Note: This graph is shown with less detail on the Patient Dashboard.

    • Date: The date in the chart is the date of the OMT was entered (the date the OMT was completed by the patient and connected to a finalized evaluative note). The date column in the table is the Date of Service.
    • Questionnaire ID: OMT name and category.
    • Case: Case number automatically generated by the WebPT EMR.
    • Area: OMT name and category.
    • Type: Initial Eval, Follow-Up, or Completion of Care (Discharge).
    • Pain: The pain level with activity for the patient, between 0-10 with 0 being no pain.