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LFP billing reports dashboards (British Columbia)
LFP billing reports dashboards (British Columbia)
Updated over a week ago

The Longitudinal Family Physician (LFP) payment model is an alternative to the fee-for-service model and supports family physicians who provide longitudinal family medicine care.

Family physicians are compensated for spending extra time with patients, especially those with complex needs, such as patients with mental-health conditions, and seniors. For more information, refer to the Longitudinal Family Physician (LFP) Payment Model.

There are four dashboards you can use for LFP reporting:

Diagnosis Codes Billed (embedded view)

Look at the complexity of your patient by diagnosis. Found in the summary view of a patient's chart in the Embedded View section.

  • Shows all diagnosis codes billed in the last two years for that patient.

LFP Patients

Finds all patients whose status is Active by Primary Provider. For more information on marking a patient as active, refer to Updating patient demographics.

  • Patient Seen Not Active - Patients that have had an appointment in the last 3 years but their Patient Status is not set to Active. You may want to consider marking these patients as active so they are included in your patient panel.

    💡 Tip: To mark these patients as active patients, the CHR team can mass update this list of patients to have an Active status. Contact the TELUS Health support team through the support chat.

  • Patient Active Not Seen - Patients that have an Active status but have not been seen in the last 3 years. You may want to consider marking these patients as inactive so they are not included in your patient panel.

  • LFP Registration Sent - Providers who have submitted the LFP registration code (98000) in the last year, and their corresponding LFP start date.

LFP Billing Reporting

We automatically submit all claims with a Ready to submit status to Teleplan at 6pm PST. We recommend reviewing this dashboard regularly to ensure your LFP submission is accurate.

  • LFP Time Codes - LFP hours consist of three different time codes (98010, 98011, 98012). This table shows the codes with their quantity (15 minute increments) and hours billed for each day.

  • LFP Hours (Max 14) - You cannot bill more than 14 hours max per doctor per day. This table shows the hours billed per day. If more than 14 hours are billed, it shows as red.

  • LFP Percentage (Must be 70%+) - This table shows the number of LFP Claims vs. FFS Claims by service date. LFP billing must be over 70% compared to fee-for-service. Any LFP Percentage less than 70% shows as red.

  • LFP Interaction Totals (Max 50) - This table shows how many patient interaction codes you have billed. The maximum number payable in a single day is 50; totals more than 50 show as red.

  • FFS Start & End Times - This table shows fee-for-service codes that you have billed, with start time, end time and number of minutes.

  • FFS Time - This table totals the fee-for-service time in minutes and hours per provider and service date.

  • LFP Time Codes Without Diagnosis L23 - This table lists LFP time codes that are billed but do not have a diagnosis of L23. Click the Claim ID to open the bill and correct the diagnosis.

  • LFP Patients Billed FFS - This table shows all patients with an active status who have been billed fee-for-service.

  • FFS Patients Billed LFP - This table shows all patients whose status is not active who have been billed LFP.

  • FFS Claims Without Start/End Time - This table shows all FFS claims missing a start and/or end time.

LFP ICD Utilization

This table compares all your active patients’ diagnosis codes in the last year with the year prior.

Updated February 21, 2023

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