Clinic Ranking Report
The Clinic Ranking report shows your national rank among all clinics in WebPT Outcomes with a breakdown of different metrics.
In this article, we’ll cover
Locate and Run the Report
Only a Company Admin can access Outcomes Reports.
- In the Reports toolbar, select Outcome Reports.
- In the National Reports category, select Clinic Ranking Report.
- Select the date range you’d like to report on.
- Select a month and year for your report, then click OK.
- Select each clinic location you’d like to include. Note: If you do not select a specific clinic, the report defaults to all clinics.
- Once you’ve selected the report parameters, click Run Report at the top of the screen.
- Your report opens in a new window as a PDF. Make sure to enable pop-ups in your browser settings for http://app.webpt.com.
Clinic Ranking Report Field Descriptions
This report displays the number of clinics in your cohort and your rank within that cohort. It gives you a letter grade, just like a report card, based on the % MCID of all your patients. This report also shows what percentile your clinic is in for your average scores for pain scale, patient perception, and OMTs.
Note: Only patients with a complete data set are represented in these numbers. A complete data set is comprised of a completed outcomes survey on the Initial Evaluation and Discharge Summary. However, if the case has a Progress Note with a completed outcomes survey and the patient was Quick Discharged, the system will convert the Progress Note Survey to a Discharge survey. This ensures a complete data set for patients who self-discharge, or are otherwise unable to complete their course of care.
In order for a clinic to be assigned a rank, they must have a minimum of 25 complete data sets. The grade given is based on % of MCID met and uses this grading scale:
Many of the items listed on this report are output as a percentile. i.e. If you’re in the 81st percentile, then you ranked better than 81% of the clinics in that particular OMT or survey question. Another way to look at this statistic would be that only 19% of clinics ranked better than you for that item.
- A: 90-100
- B: 80-89
- C: 70-79
- D: 60-69
- F: 0-59
- National Rank: Based on the average for all OMTs that are risk-adjusted.
- Grade: Letter grade based on the % MCID met (72% = C in the example above).
- Pain: Percentile rank for average scores on the pain scale for risk-adjusted OMTs.
- Satis. (Satisfaction): Percentile rank based on the average score for patient satisfaction average score.
- Funct. Imp. (Functional Improvement): Your rank for average scores on this patient-perceived improvement question.
- Goals Met: Rank for the average score on this patient-perception question on whether they feel they’re meeting their goals.
- DASH: Percentile rank for Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand OMT.
- LEFS: Percentile rank for Lower Extremity Functional Scale OMT.
- NDI: Percentile rank for Neck Disability Index OMT.
- ODI: Percentile rank for Modified Oswestry Low Back Pain OMT.
- % Met MCID: Percentage of cases where the MCID was met.