Table of Contents
Conditions Roles
Guidelines Practice
Conditions
Roles
Guidelines
Practice
Making Appropriate Referrals
G...
Instructional Goal
• Learners will be able to appropriately refer
customers to health coaches based upon
customer conditio...
Performance-based Objectives
1. The learner will be able to apply understanding of the
expertise of each role and sub-role...
1. Instructional Goal
2. Performance-based Objectives
3. Evidence-based Coaching
4. Chronic Conditions
5. Healthy At Risk ...
Why are appropriate referrals important?
• Fulfill the Need for Comprehensive and Accurate Information
• Fulfill the Need ...
Hierarchy of Conditions
Chronic Conditions
1. Congestive Heart Failure
2. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
3. Coronar...
Hierarchy of Conditions
Healthy At-Risk Conditions
1. Pre-Diabetes
2. Hyperlipidemia
3. Hypertension
4. Tobacco Cessation
...
Expertise Within Each Role
• Registered Nurse: Clinical – Medical
• Behavioral Case Manager: Clinical – Behavioral
• Healt...
Guideline #1
• The Registered Nurse may coach any client diagnosed with a
Chronic Condition or who present with any of the...
Guideline #2
• The Behavioral Case Manager (BCM) may coach any client
diagnosed with a Depression/Anxiety/Bipolar Disorder...
Guideline #3
• The Health Educator sub roles are:
• Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)
• Exercise Physiologist
•...
Guideline #3 (Cont’d)
• CHES may coach or be consulted on all Healthy At Risk Conditions
• Exercise Physiologists may coac...
Guideline #4 – Exceptions to All the Other Guidelines
CHES, Exercise Physiologist, and Registered Dietician may coach a
cl...
Practice Scenario #1
A client presents with Diabetes and is seeking help to gain control over
high fasting blood glucose r...
Practice Scenario #1 Answer/Rationale
A client presents with Diabetes and is seeking help to gain control over
high fastin...
Practice Scenario #2
A client presents with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 31. They are looking at
starting a kickboxing class...
Practice Scenario #2 Answer/Rationale
A client presents with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 31. They are looking at
starting a...
Practice Scenario #3
A client presents with significant symptoms of Anxiety and
would like to coach on Stress Management. ...
Practice Scenario #3 Answer/Rationale
A client presents with significant symptoms of Anxiety and would like to
coach on St...
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  1. 1. Table of Contents Conditions Roles Guidelines Practice Conditions Roles Guidelines Practice Making Appropriate Referrals Goals & Objectives
  2. 2. Instructional Goal • Learners will be able to appropriately refer customers to health coaches based upon customer condition and health coach expertise. Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  3. 3. Performance-based Objectives 1. The learner will be able to apply understanding of the expertise of each role and sub-roles when making referrals upon completion of tutorial with 99% accuracy. 2. The learner will identify conditions appropriate to each role when making referrals with 99% accuracy upon completion of tutorial. 3. The learner will evaluate conditions deemed as exceptions to the conditions rule when making referrals with 99% accuracy upon completion of tutorial. Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  4. 4. 1. Instructional Goal 2. Performance-based Objectives 3. Evidence-based Coaching 4. Chronic Conditions 5. Healthy At Risk Group 6. Expertise Within Role 7. Guideline #1 – Registered Nurses 8. Guideline #2 – Behavioral Case Managers 9. Guideline #3 – Health Educators 10.Guideline # 4 - Exceptions 11.Practice Questions Table of Contents Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  5. 5. Why are appropriate referrals important? • Fulfill the Need for Comprehensive and Accurate Information • Fulfill the Need for Expertise and Experience in Managing Specific Conditions or Symptoms NextBack Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice Next
  6. 6. Hierarchy of Conditions Chronic Conditions 1. Congestive Heart Failure 2. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 3. Coronary Artery Disease 4. Peripheral Artery Disease 5. Diabetes 6. Metabolic Syndrome/Weight Complications 7. Osteoarthritis 8. Depression/Anxiety/Bipolar 9. Asthma 10.Low Back Pain Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  7. 7. Hierarchy of Conditions Healthy At-Risk Conditions 1. Pre-Diabetes 2. Hyperlipidemia 3. Hypertension 4. Tobacco Cessation 5. Weight Management 6. Physical Activity 7. Healthy Eating 8. Stress Management Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  8. 8. Expertise Within Each Role • Registered Nurse: Clinical – Medical • Behavioral Case Manager: Clinical – Behavioral • Health Educator: Non-clinical – General Health • Certified Health Education Specialist • Exercise Physiologist • Registered Dietician Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  9. 9. Guideline #1 • The Registered Nurse may coach any client diagnosed with a Chronic Condition or who present with any of the following conditions: • Pre-Diabetes • Hyperlipidemia • Hypertension Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  10. 10. Guideline #2 • The Behavioral Case Manager (BCM) may coach any client diagnosed with a Depression/Anxiety/Bipolar Disorder or the following lifestyle management symptoms: • Stress • Behavioral Eating • Eating Disorder • Or other mental or emotional-related symptoms Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  11. 11. Guideline #3 • The Health Educator sub roles are: • Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) • Exercise Physiologist • Registered Dietician • Health Educators may be consulted via a referral for any area with which they demonstrate an acceptable area of expertise. Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  12. 12. Guideline #3 (Cont’d) • CHES may coach or be consulted on all Healthy At Risk Conditions • Exercise Physiologists may coach on or be consulted for: • Weight Management • Physical Activity • Healthy Eating as it relates to Exercise • Registered Dieticians may coach or be consulted for: • Diabetes • Hyperlipidemia • Hypertension • Weight Management Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  13. 13. Guideline #4 – Exceptions to All the Other Guidelines CHES, Exercise Physiologist, and Registered Dietician may coach a client with a Chronic condition on their topics of expertise only after: • The condition has been deemed “well-managed” by an RN or Behavioral Case Mgr. CHES, Exercise Physiologists, and Registered Dieticians should always refer customer to an RN when customer presents with a condition or symptoms that requires clinical assessment, i.e. pain, nausea, dizziness Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  14. 14. Practice Scenario #1 A client presents with Diabetes and is seeking help to gain control over high fasting blood glucose readings. They state that they would like to lose weight and exercise more. What role or sub-roles would be most appropriate to coach this individual? A. RN B. Certified Health Education Specialist C. Behavioral Case Manager D. Exercise Physiologist Click the “Next” arrow to check your answer Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  15. 15. Practice Scenario #1 Answer/Rationale A client presents with Diabetes and is seeking help to gain control over high fasting blood glucose readings. They state that they would like to lose weight and exercise more. What role or sub-roles would be most appropriate to coach this individual? RN is the correct answer. Only an RN should coach someone with a chronic condition. The focus should be solely Diabetes until the condition is well-managed. Click the “Next” arrow to continue with the practice session. Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  16. 16. Practice Scenario #2 A client presents with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 31. They are looking at starting a kickboxing class but do not know if this is the best option for them. What role is the most appropriate to coach this individual? A. RN B. Certified Health Education Specialist C. Behavioral Case Manager D. Exercise Physiologist Click the “Next” arrow to check your answer Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  17. 17. Practice Scenario #2 Answer/Rationale A client presents with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 31. They are looking at starting a kickboxing class but do not know if this is the best option for them. What role is the most appropriate to coach this individual? D is the correct answer. An Exercise Physiologist has the expertise appropriate for both weight management and increasing physical activity in different populations. Click the “Next” arrow to continue with the practice session. Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  18. 18. Practice Scenario #3 A client presents with significant symptoms of Anxiety and would like to coach on Stress Management. What role would be the most appropriate to coach this individual? A. RN B. Certified Health Education Specialist C. Behavioral Case Manager D. Exercise Physiologist Click the “Next” arrow to check your answer Back Next Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  19. 19. Practice Scenario #3 Answer/Rationale A client presents with significant symptoms of Anxiety and would like to coach on Stress Management. What role would be the most appropriate to coach this individual? C is the correct answer. A Behavioral Case Manager has the expertise appropriate for both Anxiety and Stress Management. Back Home Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  20. 20. Cheat Sheet! Back Home Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice
  21. 21. We want your feedback! Back Home Home Goals & Objectives Table of Contents Conditions Roles Practice Please send an email with your thoughts and suggestions on how to improve this tutorial or what you liked and did not like to fasting777@yahoo.com

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