NUNM Continuing Education

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Continuing education courses are available on our campus and online as live, interactive webinars. We also have a wide selection of recorded courses that can be streamed on–demand. Click here to browse our catalog of ondemand videos!

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Credentialing Seminar

Feb. 3, 2018, 9 a.m. – Noon

Learn how to obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI), and how to locate and complete the Oregon Practitioner Credentialing Application (OPCA). Discover the rules of top insurers and how to select the best commercial insurers.

Credentialing Workshop

Feb. 3, 2018, 1 – 4:30 p.m.

This is your opportunity to learn about and complete the Oregon Practitioner Credentialing Application (OPCA). This 20-page form contains the application, professional liability action detail, and glossary of terms and acronyms needed to credential and precedential practitioners in the state of Oregon. It is the universal application for health plans and hospitals in Oregon.

2018 Food as Medicine Symposium

Preventing and Reversing Chronic Disease with Whole Foods

Saturday & Sunday, Feb 10–11, 2018

This year’s conference brings together experts from diverse fields dedicated to preventing and reducing chronic disease, and includes various presentations, a bustling food and wellness vendor market-place, networking opportunities, and farm to table lunches.

Billing and ICD Coding for Natural Medicine Clinics

Feb. 24–25, 2018

Whether you are new to the field, a seasoned professional or an office manager, this workshop will help you understand the basics of billing. ICD codes and modifiers, CPT, NPI and taxonomy codes will all be covered. This event is designed to assist you in maximizing your profit, staying on top of your billing, and creating systems to streamline your medical billing processes

Advanced Billing: Dealing with Denials

March 10, 2018

This workshop will allow individuals with basic billing and coding knowledge to understand a provider’s rights, responsibilities and options in dealing with insurance claims that have been denied. Whether you have a contract to provide services or are billing as a courtesy, know how you can approach more complex aspects of getting paid without having to spend hours on each denial.

2018 Autoimmune Disorders Conference

March 17-18, 2018

Leading experts will present new methods for the diagnosis and treatment of common autoimmune disorders. Current research and integrative strategies for managing these conditions will be highlighted through patient case studies, clinical pearls and detailed naturopathic treatment protocols.

Thrive Today: Optimal Aging for Women

April 14–15, 2018

Enhance your clinical knowledge and skills on unique health challenges that women face as they age. Experts will share evidence-based concepts intended to optimize health, both preventive and restorative; and attendees will learn current approaches to improve their professional practice.

Fifth Annual Traditional Roots Herbal Conference

May 18–20, 2018

This year’s Traditional Roots Herbal Conference draws on clinical tradition and modern scientific research to offer the best of both worlds. Enrich your knowledge of materia medica, both for general conditions and as applied to clinical cases. We’ll have sessions covering herbal energetics, medicine making, clinical case reviews, bioregional herbalism, organoleptics and field applications.

2018 SIBO Symposium

June 9–10, 2018

The 2018 Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) symposium will explore the underlying causes of SIBO and provide clinical strategies for preventing post-treatment relapse in your patients. Expert presenters will explain how to diagnose and either treat or make educated referrals to effectively manage the underlying causes of bacterial overgrowth.