Disclaimer & Copyrights:

Per the current FTC guidelines, we are in the process of collecting results data from Clinical Health Coach ® members in order to be able to define the "typical" or "average" experience of our members.

While we collect that data, we are sharing unique stories of individual Clinical Health Coach ® members. None of these stories in any way represent the "average" or "typical" Clinical Health Coach member experience. In fact, as with any product or service, we know that some members purchase our system but never use it, and therefore get no results from their membership whatsoever.

Therefore, the member stories we are sharing can neither represent nor guarantee the current or future experience of other past, current or future Clinical Health Coach ® members. Rather, these member stories represent what is possible with our system.

Each of these unique stories, and any and all results reported in these stories by individual members, are the culmination of numerous variables, many of which Clinical Health Coach ® or Iowa Chronic Care Consortium cannot control, including pricing, target market conditions, product/service quality, offer, customer service, personal initiative, and countless other tangible and intangible factors.


Medical Disclaimer 

Clinical Health Coach® authors and presenters frequently use published examples and examples based on the personal experience of the authors and presenters.  These examples are provided for informational purposes only.  These examples may not be appropriate in all circumstances, to all health care institutions, or to all patients.  Clinical Health Coach® and the Iowa Chronic Care Consortium make no representations or warranties regarding the applicability of any example to any particular situation.  Physicians maintain ultimate responsibility for determining the appropriate care for patients under their treatment.  Physician leaders are expected to establish standards for patient interventions within their respective provider organizations that are appropriate for the setting and the organizational culture.  In many cases, the appropriate patient interventions will likely differ from the examples cited by Clinical Health Coach®.

Clinical Health Coach ® is trademarked by Iowa Chronic Care Consortium. and is protected by the U.S. Patent and Trademark office and all other applicable international, federal, state and local laws, with ALL rights reserved. No part of this may be copied, or changed in any format, sold, or used in any way other than what is outlined in writing under any circumstances without express written permission from Iowa Chronic Care Consortium.

The author and publisher do not warrant the performance, effectiveness or applicability of any sites listed or linked to in Iowa Chronic Care Consortium or ClinicalHealthCoach.com.

All links are for information purposes only and are not warranted for content, accuracy or any other implied or explicit purpose.


Americans With Disabilities

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Clinical Health Coach training program will offer examinations or courses in a place and manner accessible to persons with disabilities (as defined in the ADA) or will offer alternative accessible arrangements for such individuals. Pursuant to the ADA, a "disability" is a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities of an individual.  The term "major life activities" includes, but is not limited to, caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, seeing, hearing, eating, sleeping, walking, standing, lifting, bending, speaking, breathing, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking, communicating, and working.  Simply having a diagnosed impairment does not necessarily mean that a person is disabled as defined in the ADA; and not all disabilities require accommodations to the examinations or courses offered under the Clinical Health Coach training program.

Individuals seeking alternative accessible arrangements must submit a certification from a qualified medical professional documenting the disability and describing the specific accommodations being requested.  Following receipt of the certification, the Clinical Health Coach staff will work with each individual to implement alternative accessible arrangements for the individual.  Any questions regarding this process may be directed to Clinical Health Coach support staff at (515) 661-6350.