Accelerated Whole Health Program
The National Institute of Whole Health, pioneers, and researchers of Whole Health, is pleased to announce a new 6-month Accelerated Whole Health Program option. This is for completion of our nationally accredited Whole Health 3-in-1 program. It is ideal for credentialed and licensed health professionals.
Our Whole Health provider credentialing program can be completed in as little as 6 months. This fast-track option is designed for learners who wish to move more rapidly through the curriculum. They can expect to dedicate 12-16 hours per week to their studies.
This is the same standard 400 hours, ICE accredited curriculum. Our standard program allows a learner to take a full 12 months to complete with as little as 6-8 hours per week. Many learners today want to accelerate their studies. Our 6-month track is available to those who wish to earn their NPI credentials more rapidly.
This new accelerated option contains the same evidence-based. Plus, researched Whole Health courses and components that comprise the 12-month Whole Health program. Both lead to a National Provider Number (NPI) as a secondary Health Care Provider for patient health education. This credentialing allows for billing and coding by licensed individuals in private practice. Or, for job placement in a medical practice with the physician direct billing for your patient health education services.
Are you a credentialed licensed health care professional with health coaching certification? NIWH also offers a fast-track 5-month program that earns you the NPI number. It allows for professional liability insurance for patient education. All graduates receive an expertly prepared billing and coding manual. And, a consult with a billing and coding compliance officer. Networking and practice building support is also available.
Comment from a current nurse learner –
“I am BEYOND thrilled. I even have physical proof! For 15 years I was neutropenic and none of my hematologists knew why. My WBC never rose above a 2 and my neutrophils were always <0.9. Well, I had my three month labs and smear done July 25, 2019. Guess what! My WBC are FINALLY above a 4 and my neutrophils are normal! I haven’t seen labs like this in 15 years! I am beyond thrilled and I truly attribute it to the learning from this program that I’ve applied to my own life! “Health Coaches” that are making suggestions about how to improve your life (diet, mindfulness, etc.) but no one knows the WHY, the HOW, and the WHAT that are happening in our bodies and minds.
Clients are not responding to the national Whole Health program [being applied in federal health care facilities]. I truly believe that not understanding what is happening in our body and mind is the reason why. As an oncology nurse, I always taught my patients to understand the physiology of how their treatment and side effect medications were acting in their bodies; I found they were more compliant and avoided a hospitalization after a treatment, if they understood what was happening. The same goes for Whole Health. One must understand the “Big Picture” and the National Institute of Whole Health offers the premiere learning program to do just that! It’s the real deal!”
Eileen Foti, BSN, RN OCN
For more information about this fast-track option, contact us at 888-354-4325 or e-mail our Program Services coordinator at email@example.com.