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Evidence-based Health Coaching for Healthcare Providers, 4th Ed.
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Evidence-based Health Coaching for Healthcare Providers, 3rd Ed.Miller & Huffman Outcome Architects, LLC: Winchester, TN.
Evidence-based Health Coaching for Healthcare Providers, 2nd Ed.Miller & Huffman Outcome Architects, LLC: Winchester, TN.
Evidence-based Interventions & Decision Support for the Management of Chronic Conditions in OASIS C: A Pocket Guide for Clinicians.Miller & Huffman Outcome Architects, LLC: Winchester, TN
Management and Prevention Guides for Seven Top Chronic Conditions.Miller & Huffman Outcome Architects, LLC: Winchester, TN.
Home Health Outcomes-Pay for Performance and Disease Management: Gold Nuggets for Success!Miller & Huffman Outcome Architects, LLC: Winchester, TN.
ICD-9-CM Coding: Quick Reference for Home Health Clinicians & Managers.Hopkins Educational Resources: Baltimore, MD
Advancing the Practice of Health Coaching: Differentiation from Wellness Coaching. Workplace Health & Safety, 64(9), p.400-403. Supplement.
Achieving Greater Patient Satisfaction through Evidence-based Health Coaching! The Forida Home Care Connection. The Home Care Association of Florida.
Using Motivational Interviewing through Evidence-based Health Coaching. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32 (9), 543-548.
Health Coaching. Consult PRN. Home Healthcare Nurse, 32 (7), 438-439.
How to Actively Engage Patients to Change Health Behaviors. Cardiovascular Health: Part 2. Best Practice Intervention Package: Cholesterol Management and Smoking Cessation, pp.62-64. Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI). West Virginia Medical Institute and Quality Insights.
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An Integrated Approach to Worker Self-Management and Health Outcomes: Chronic Conditions, Evidence-based Practice and Health Coaching. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 59(11), 491-501.
Evidence-based Health Coaching. The Remington Report, 19(5), 30-33
Health Coaching: A Fresh Approach for Improving Health Outcomes and Reducing Costs. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 58(6), 245-250.
Health Coaching: A Fresh, New Approach to Improve Quality Outcomes and Compliance for Patients with Chronic Conditions. Home Healthcare Nurse, 27(8), 490-496.
Health Coaching: Collaborating with Patients and Referral Sources in Managing Chronic Conditions. The Remington Report, 17(5), 28-33.
No one organization or credentialing board supervises, sets standards for, or provides single oversight of the nation's many health coach certification programs. NSHC certifies as health coaches only licensed clinicians/practitioners to engage individuals in wellness and those with moderate to high health risks, chronic conditions, and disease, tapping into an individual's own motivation to change health behavior.
NSHC's health coach certification eligibility criteria are most stringent; that which requires a current license, registration, or certification to assess, plan, treat, implement and/or evaluate clinical interventions in clinical and wellness settings. Upon learning this, many employers prefer their staff to be trained by the NSHC.
Knowing the patient/client's general health and wellness cannot be separated from their health conditions, the National Society of Health Coaches is dedicated to advancing the use of Evidence-based Health Coaching (EBHC)® by clinicians and practitioners.
The National Society of Health Coaches is setting the gold standard for Evidence-based Health Coaching (EBHC)® in clinical practice. The model was first introduced in the summer of 2011 in North Carolina at the First Carolina Care CoachClinic®.