Bless My People Foundation was formed with the idea to train and educate health care providers and individuals by partnering with: Universities, health care experts, NGO's, CBO's, faith based organizations, government leaders, and individuals to collaborate in one accord towards a healthy society whose focus is to eliminate health care disparities by using compassionate and scientific approach through charity, data analysis, outcome measurements, surveys and innovative solutions.
Telemedicine/Telehealth Certifications: Global Health Access Institute our educational training site provides expert trainers in the field of Telemedicine/Telehealth certifications. Our Certified Telemedicine/Telehealth Professionals (CTTP) course has trained health care professionals since 2009. The CTTP teaches best practices overview to providers, universities, organizations and individuals desiring to practices health care using telemedicine/telehealth. Click on http://www.ghainstitute.com/ to take the CTTP or ACTTP course today online!
Evidence Based Wellness Programs: Our wellness model provides enhanced service coordinator and wellness nurses that functions as interdisciplinary team to jointly meet communities needs in a collective process. Areas the team covers are:
Health Care Consultants: These experts serve (2) two roles
Our Telehealth Resource Center (TRC) and Call Center: Operate 24 hours a day 7 days a week which provides resources and expertise in wellness within the USA and global Communities.
Global Health Awards Initiative: This initiative provides recognition for health care organization in the USA and global communities to be awarded on "best practices" and successful stories. The goal is to acknowledge these communities for their achievements in championing health care model programs. Visit www.globalhealthawards.com or call 1-888-515-2427 for more information on how you can participate.
Interfaith Wellness Alliance: This initiative will improve interfaith relations by training healthcare professionals and faith based organizations about diverse religions in order for them to become cultural healthcare brokers and bring medical access to underserved populations through outreach screenings and education.