Noninvasive fractional flow reserve derived from coronary CT angiography (FFR CT) is increasingly used in patients with coronary artery disease as a gatekeeper to the catheterization laboratory. While there is emerging evidence of the clinical benefit of FFR CT in patients with moderate coronary disease as determined with coronary CT angiography, there has been less focus on interpretation, reporting, and integration of FFR CT results into routine clinical practice. Because FFR CT analysis provides a plethora of information regarding pressure and flow across the entire coronary tree, standardized criteria on interpretation and reporting of the FFR CT analysis result are of crucial importance both in context of the clinical adoption and in future research. This report represents expert opinion and recommendation on a standardized FFR CT interpretation and reporting approach. Published under a CC BY 4.0 license.