Testing System

Physical Capacity Profile® Testing System

Overview
The Physical Capacity Profile® (PCP) testing system is used by medical teams for post-offer or pre-employment physical exams, fit for duty, and functional capacity evaluations (FCE’s) conducted on behalf of employers. 

Through computerized software, a comprehensive collection of 28 maximum strength measurements are collected in as little as 30 minutes. Results are available in minutes for both the medical team and employer. 


The medical information is obtained and measured utilizing standards from the Department of Labor’s (DOL) five classifications of work and the American Medical Association (AMA) guidelines. The PCP Testing System is ADA and HIPAA compliant and has successfully undergone EEOC audits.

Physical Capacity Profile® (PCP) network locations have collectively tested over 220,000 employees. Current end users include:
  • Public and private corporations
  • Large hospital systems
  • Municipalities
  • Self-insured workers’ compensation funds
  • Statewide trade associations
  • School districts
PCP Testing Allows You to Answer 3 Important Questions:
  1. Does your new hire have the strength and fitness required to do their job?
  2. Does your new employee have a pre-existing injury?
  3. Is your employee ready to return to their job after recovering from an injury?
Physical Capacity Profile Testing System
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Benefits
Reduction of Work-Related Injuries Helps Bottom Line
With the PCP Test System, employers of any kind can be assured they are hiring people with the appropriate strength to perform their jobs. 

Strength studies by the U.S. Department of Labor have shown that utilization of PCP testing to match workers to the jobs they can physically perform, drastically reduces the rate of work-related injuries and in turn, positively impacts a company’s bottom line. 

Typical benefits realized after PCP test implementation include:
  • Fewer missed workdays from work-related injury
  • Lower claims costs for workers compensation payouts
  • Decrease in experience rate modifications for insurance premiums
  • Lower legal expenses anhigher defense success rates in workers’ compensation cases
Physical Ability Testing = Fewer Injuries and Cost Savings 
Companies are seeing tangible benefits from hiring physically able persons.
  • $1 spent testing returns $6-8 in direct medical cost savings to employers
  • 10% to 30% decrease in workers compensation premiums to employers
  • 30% decrease in workers compensation injury rates
  • Facilitates job reengineering to expand the pool of qualified workers
Physical Ability Test Measurements
Strength Measurement Reports in Minutes - ADA and HIPAA Compliant 
Utilizing state-of-the-art proprietary software, the Physical Capacity Profile (PCP) machine completes a collection of multiple-strength measurements in as little as 30 minutes. Test report results are available to the medical professional and employer within minutes. The PCP Testing System is ADA and HIPAA compliant and has successfully undergone EEOC audits.

Comprehensive Physical Exams
  • Comprehensive Medical Review
  • Upper Extremity Strength
  • Lower Extremity Strength
  • Active Lumbar Range of Motion
  • Lower Extremity Mobility
  • Maximum Lifting Capability
  • Safe Lifting Technique
  • Fitness
  • Spirometry 
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Physical Capacity Profile Testing System
Features
The PCP testing system's reputation for quality hardware is solid in the production of its patented equipment. The company uses:
  • Aircraft quality cables
  • High-strength steel
  • State-of-the-art computer technology
The AMA guidelines for the Evaluation of Permanent Impairments are constantly being upgraded, and state statutes are always behind the publication of these guidelines. PCP's testing system has remote diagnostic capabilities, which allows them to perform troubleshooting if a problem should arise—resulting in quick resolution of software issues. The operating system is based on the Microsoft platform, and the company implements upgrades as new versions are issued. 
How Much Does it Cost?
There are several pricing options available depending on the number of monthly or annual tests performed. Testing can be as low as $96 per test with leasing options also available.
Complete the form, and a representative will be able to provide you with the costs of getting started.
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