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Evidence-based Health Coaching for Healthcare Providers, 4th Ed.
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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
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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
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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.
While the ICHWC's attempt to standardize coaching certification standards internationally is a worthwhile effort, one certification does not meet the needs of all healthcare providers, nor all patients with varying acuity levels. In recognizing this distinct difference, the NSHC requires higher eligibility criteria for its Health Coach Certification; that which requires a current license, registration or certification to assess, plan, treat, implement and/or evaluate interventions in clinical and wellness settings.
Clinicians and practitioners should coach those with chronic conditions, co-morbidities, and high to moderate health risk for the same. NSHC's program of study is based on this premise. For this reason, the NSHC differentiates its Health Coach Certification and will remain independent of this consortium.
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®.