Empowering Life Savers Around The World
National Health Care Provider Solutions (NHCPS) is a Non-Profit 501(c) organization empowered by the Disque Foundation and the Save A Life Initiative. Health Care Professionals around the world rely on our accredited online certification and recertification options that fit their demanding schedules and practices. Through a combination of training material, comprehensive examinations, overall simplicity and convenience, we offer a best in class experience. With a firm dedication to using all proceeds to provide similar education to those previously without access, our fans know they’re supporting a larger mission and cause. In choosing NHCPS to meet your certification requirements, you are making a significant contribution towards saving lives in underserved communities around the globe, and all from an online platform.
NHCPS was founded by Dr. Karl Disque, a board certified physician and practicing anesthesiologist. Based on the time demands required of health care professionals, he felt there was an unmet need for self-directed educational training. He and his colleagues found traditional on-site courses did not fit the constantly improving learning model now available through an online platform.
The resulting convenience of online training and the freedom to personally determine when completion occurs, gives health care professionals extra time to continue saving the lives of the patients they are surrounded by on a daily basis. For this reason, all aspects of the course can be accessed online, and completed from any device with Internet access.
All of our courses were created by board certified medical professionals and adhere to the 2015-2020 AHA standards and guidelines. Our courses include many forms of study material, including video demonstrations, audiobooks, and PDF study handbooks. Examinations are created from content covered in the training material. Our ACLS, BLS, and PALS courses are eligible for AMA Category 1 Credits™ and our CPR course is eligible for AMA category 2 CME. The Postgraduate Institute of Medicine (PIM), an accredited, online medical certification regulatory organization, has completed a full evaluation of NHCPS’s Courses. Our ACLS, PALS and BLS Certification and Recertification training courses have been fully approved and are accredited by PIM for AMA Category 1 Credits™.
NHCPS currently offers the following certification and recertification programs:
NHCPS is HONcode Certified
National Health Care Provider Solutions (NHCPS) is Health On the Net “HONcode” certified.
About Health on the Net (HON)
Health on the Net is a United Nations recognized Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Geneva, Switzerland, ‘to guide citizens or medical professionals to reliable, relevant and up-to-date online health and medical information’.
HON was created in May 1996 to accredit internet health websites. In 2002, HON received NGO consultative status by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, authorizing HON to accredit medical content on the internet as a public service. With over four billion webpages dedicated to providing health information online, consumers of healthcare education must be sure a site is providing reliable, accurate information. HONcode certification “is de facto a standard of the reliability of online information . Its purpose is to protect all citizens from incorrect, indeed misleading medical and health information’.
HON’s prestigious HONcode designation has been awarded to just 7,300 websites in 102 countries! These include some of the most prestigious and authoritative healthcare websites, including WebMD, the American Heart Association, and the American Cancer Society.
HON reviews online health information in light of the eight ethical principles that make up HONcode:
- Authoritative: Is the information from a qualified, trusted source?
- Complementary: Does the information support the doctor-patient relationship?
- Privacy: Is data submitted by the client protected?
- Attribution: Are references properly cited?
- Justifiability: Can the site support claimed benefits with data?
- Transparency: Is the information accessible? Are communications accurate?
- Financial disclosures: Can funding sources be identified?
- Advertising: Is editorial content distinct from advertising?