Form DFS-F5-DWC-25 "Florida Workers' Compensation Uniform Medical Treatment/Status Reporting Form" - Florida

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Florida Workers' Compensation Uniform Medical Treatment/Status Reporting Form - PAGE 1
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM, PLEASE CAREFULLY REVIEW THE INSTRUCTIONS BEGINNING ON PAGE 3
NOTE: Health care providers shall legibly and accurately complete all sections of this form, limiting their responses to their area of expertise.
FOR INSURER USE ONLY
1.
Insurer Name:
2.
Visit/Review Date:
5.
3.
Injured Employee (Patient) Name:
4.
Date of Birth:
5.
Social Security #:
6. Date of Accident:
7. Employer Name
Initial visit with this physician?
8.
a) NO
b) YES
SECTION I
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT / DETERMINATIONS
9.
No change in Items 9 - 13d since last reported visit. If checked,
GO TO SECTION II.
10.
Injury/ Illness for which treatment is sought is:
NOT WORK RELATED
a)
b) WORK RELATED
c) UNDETERMINED as of this date
11. Has the patient been determined to have Objective Relevant Medical Findings?
Pain or abnormal anatomical findings, in
the absence of objective relevant medical findings, shall not be an indicator of injury and/or illness and are not compensable.
a) NO
b) YES
c) UNDETERMINED as of this date
If YES or UNDETERMINED, explain:
Diagnosis(es):
12.
Major Contributing Cause: When there is more than one contributing cause, the reported work-related injury must
13.
contribute more than 50% to the present condition and be based on the findings in Item 11.
a) Is there a pre-existing condition contributing to the current medical disorder?
a
) NO
a
) YES
a
) UNDETERMINED as of this date
1
2
3
Do the objective relevant medical findings identified in Item 11 represent an exacerbation (temporary worsening)
b)
or aggravation (progression) of a pre-existing condition?
b
) NO
b
) exacerbation
b
) aggravation
b
) UNDETERMINED as of this date
1
2
3
4
Are there other relevant co-morbidities that will need to be considered in evaluating or managing this patient?
c)
c
) NO
c
) YES
1
2
Given your responses to the Items above, is the injury/illness in question the major contributing cause for:
d)
d
) NO
d
) YES
the reported medical condition?
1
2
d
) NO
d
) YES
the treatment recommended (management/treatment plan)?
3
4
d
) NO
d
) YES
the functional limitations and restrictions determined?
5
6
SECTION II
PATIENT CLASSIFICATION LEVEL
14. LEVEL I - Key issue: specific, well-defined medical condition, with clear correlation between objective relevant
physical findings and patients' subjective complaints. Treatment correlates to the specific findings.
Key issue: regional or generalized deconditioning (i.e. deficits in strength, flexibility, endurance, and
15. LEVEL II -
motor control. Treatment: physical reconditioning and functional restoration.
16. LEVEL III -Key issue: poor correlation between patient's complaints and objective, relevant physical findings, indicating
both somatic and non-somatic clinical factors. Treatment: interdisciplinary rehabilitation and management.
17. LEVEL UNDETERMINED AS OF THIS DATE.
SECTION III
MANAGEMENT / TREATMENT PLAN
If checked,
18. No clinical services indicated at this time.
GO TO SECTION IV
No change in Items 20a - 20g since last report submitted.
If checked,
19.
GO TO SECTION IV
The following proposed, subsequent clinical service(s) is/are deemed medically necessary.
20.
*** THIS IS A PROVIDER'S WRITTEN REQUEST FOR INSURER AUTHORIZATION OF TREATMENT OR SERVICES. ***
Consultation with or referral to a specialist.
Identify principal physician:
a)
Identify specialty & provide rationale:
)
a
)
CONSULT ONLY
a
REFERRAL & CO-MANAGE
a
)
TRANSFER CARE
1
2
3
Diagnostic Testing: (Specify)
b)
c)
Physical Medicine.
Check appropriate box and indicate specificity of services, frequency and duration below:
)
c
Physical/Occupational therapy, Chiropractic, Osteopathic or comparable physical rehabilitation.
1
)
c
Physical Reconditioning (Level II Patient Classification)
2
)
c
Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Program (Level III Patient Classification)
3
Specific instruction(s):
d)
Pharmaceutical(s) (specify):
DME or Medical Supplies:
e)
Surgical Intervention - specify procedure(s):
f)
)
f
In-Office:
1
)
f
Surgical Facility:
2
)
f
Injectable(s) (e.g. pain management):
3
Attendant Care:
g)
Form DFS-F5-DWC-25 (revised 1/31/2008)
Page 1 of 2
Florida Workers' Compensation Uniform Medical Treatment/Status Reporting Form - PAGE 1
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM, PLEASE CAREFULLY REVIEW THE INSTRUCTIONS BEGINNING ON PAGE 3
NOTE: Health care providers shall legibly and accurately complete all sections of this form, limiting their responses to their area of expertise.
FOR INSURER USE ONLY
1.
Insurer Name:
2.
Visit/Review Date:
5.
3.
Injured Employee (Patient) Name:
4.
Date of Birth:
5.
Social Security #:
6. Date of Accident:
7. Employer Name
Initial visit with this physician?
8.
a) NO
b) YES
SECTION I
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT / DETERMINATIONS
9.
No change in Items 9 - 13d since last reported visit. If checked,
GO TO SECTION II.
10.
Injury/ Illness for which treatment is sought is:
NOT WORK RELATED
a)
b) WORK RELATED
c) UNDETERMINED as of this date
11. Has the patient been determined to have Objective Relevant Medical Findings?
Pain or abnormal anatomical findings, in
the absence of objective relevant medical findings, shall not be an indicator of injury and/or illness and are not compensable.
a) NO
b) YES
c) UNDETERMINED as of this date
If YES or UNDETERMINED, explain:
Diagnosis(es):
12.
Major Contributing Cause: When there is more than one contributing cause, the reported work-related injury must
13.
contribute more than 50% to the present condition and be based on the findings in Item 11.
a) Is there a pre-existing condition contributing to the current medical disorder?
a
) NO
a
) YES
a
) UNDETERMINED as of this date
1
2
3
Do the objective relevant medical findings identified in Item 11 represent an exacerbation (temporary worsening)
b)
or aggravation (progression) of a pre-existing condition?
b
) NO
b
) exacerbation
b
) aggravation
b
) UNDETERMINED as of this date
1
2
3
4
Are there other relevant co-morbidities that will need to be considered in evaluating or managing this patient?
c)
c
) NO
c
) YES
1
2
Given your responses to the Items above, is the injury/illness in question the major contributing cause for:
d)
d
) NO
d
) YES
the reported medical condition?
1
2
d
) NO
d
) YES
the treatment recommended (management/treatment plan)?
3
4
d
) NO
d
) YES
the functional limitations and restrictions determined?
5
6
SECTION II
PATIENT CLASSIFICATION LEVEL
14. LEVEL I - Key issue: specific, well-defined medical condition, with clear correlation between objective relevant
physical findings and patients' subjective complaints. Treatment correlates to the specific findings.
Key issue: regional or generalized deconditioning (i.e. deficits in strength, flexibility, endurance, and
15. LEVEL II -
motor control. Treatment: physical reconditioning and functional restoration.
16. LEVEL III -Key issue: poor correlation between patient's complaints and objective, relevant physical findings, indicating
both somatic and non-somatic clinical factors. Treatment: interdisciplinary rehabilitation and management.
17. LEVEL UNDETERMINED AS OF THIS DATE.
SECTION III
MANAGEMENT / TREATMENT PLAN
If checked,
18. No clinical services indicated at this time.
GO TO SECTION IV
No change in Items 20a - 20g since last report submitted.
If checked,
19.
GO TO SECTION IV
The following proposed, subsequent clinical service(s) is/are deemed medically necessary.
20.
*** THIS IS A PROVIDER'S WRITTEN REQUEST FOR INSURER AUTHORIZATION OF TREATMENT OR SERVICES. ***
Consultation with or referral to a specialist.
Identify principal physician:
a)
Identify specialty & provide rationale:
)
a
)
CONSULT ONLY
a
REFERRAL & CO-MANAGE
a
)
TRANSFER CARE
1
2
3
Diagnostic Testing: (Specify)
b)
c)
Physical Medicine.
Check appropriate box and indicate specificity of services, frequency and duration below:
)
c
Physical/Occupational therapy, Chiropractic, Osteopathic or comparable physical rehabilitation.
1
)
c
Physical Reconditioning (Level II Patient Classification)
2
)
c
Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Program (Level III Patient Classification)
3
Specific instruction(s):
d)
Pharmaceutical(s) (specify):
DME or Medical Supplies:
e)
Surgical Intervention - specify procedure(s):
f)
)
f
In-Office:
1
)
f
Surgical Facility:
2
)
f
Injectable(s) (e.g. pain management):
3
Attendant Care:
g)
Form DFS-F5-DWC-25 (revised 1/31/2008)
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Florida Workers' Compensation Uniform Medical Treatment/Status Reporting Form - PAGE 2
Patient Name:
D/A:
Visit/Review Date:
SECTION IV
FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
Assignment of limitations or restrictions must be based upon the injured employee's specific clinical
dysfunction or status related to the work injury. However, the presence of objective relevant medical findings
does not necessarily equate to an automatic limitation or restriction in function.
21
_________________.
No functional limitations identified or restrictions prescribed as of the following date:
22.
The injured workers' functional limitations and restrictions, identified in detail below, are of such severity that he/she
cannot perform activities, even at a sedentary level (e.g. hospitalization, cognitive impairment, infection, contagion),
as of the following date:
___________________.
Use additional sheet if needed.
23.
The injured worker may return to activities so long as he/she adheres to the functional limitations and restrictions
identified below. Identify ONLY those functional activities that have specific limitations and restrictions for this
patient. Identify joint and/or body part __________________________________.
Use additional sheet if needed.
Functional Activity
Load
Frequency & Duration
ROM/ Position & Other Parameters
Bend
Carry
Climb
Grasp
Kneel
Lift-floor > waist
Lift-waist>overhead
Pull
Push
Reach-overhead
Sit
Squat
Stand
Twist
Walk
_
Other
COMMENTS:
Other choices; Skin Contact/ Exposure; Sensory; Hand Dexterity; Cognitive; Crawl; Vision; Drive/Operate Heavy Equipment;
Environmental Conditions: heat, cold, working at heights, vibration; Auditory; Specific Job Task(s); etc.
NOTE: Any functional limitations or restrictions assigned above apply to both on and off the job activities, and are in
effect until the next scheduled appointment unless otherwise noted or modified prior to the appointment date.
Specify those functional limitations and restrictions, in Item 23, which are permanent if MMI / PIR have been assigned in Item 24.
SECTION V
MAXIMUM MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT / PERMANENT IMPAIRMENT RATING
24. Patient has achieved maximum medical improvement?
b) NO
c) Anticipated MMI date:
a) YES, Date:
e)
Yes
f)
No
d) Anticipated MMI date cannot be determined at this time.
Future Medical Care Anticipated:
Comments:
__________________________________________________________________________________
_____
25.
% Permanent Impairment Rating (body as a whole)
Body part/system:
_____________________________
26.
Guide used for calculation of Permanent Impairment Rating (based on date of accident - see instructions):
a) 1996 FL Uniform PIR Schedule
b) Other, specify
______________________________________________
27.
Is a residual clinical dysfunction or residual functional loss anticipated for the work-related injury?
a) YES
b) NO
c) Undetermined at this time.
SECTION VI
FOLLOW-UP
Next Scheduled Appointment Date & Time:
28.
________________________________
SECTION VII
ATTESTATION STATEMENT
“As the Physician, I hereby attest that all responses herein have been made, in accordance with the instructions as part of this form, to a
reasonable degree of medical certainty based on objective relevant medical findings, are consistent with my medical documentation
regarding this patient, and have been shared with the patient."
"I certify to any MMI / PIR information provided in this form.”
Physician Group:
Date:
Physician Signature:
Physician DOH License #:
Physician Name:
Physician Specialty:
(print name)
If any direct billable services for this visit were rendered by a provider other than a physician, please complete sections below:
“I hereby attest that all responses herein relating to services I rendered have been made, in accordance with the instructions as part of this
form, to a reasonable degree of medical certainty based on objective relevant medical findings, are consistent with my medical
documentation regarding this patient, and have been shared with the patient."
Provider Signature:
Provider DOH License #:
Provider Name:
Date:
(print name)
Form DFS-F5-DWC-25 (revised 1/31/2008)
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