A midwife who saves a woman’s life can expect a payout of $6 million.
A nurse midwife with no more than five years of experience who treats more than 10 patients at a time will receive a $1 million payout.
A midwifery school could receive a bonus of $500,000.
The midwife credential program is designed to make midwives more competitive with other trained healthcare workers.
It is designed by the American Academy of Nurse Midwives (AANMs) and offers training in nursing and healthcare administration.
It was developed by the Texas Midwives Association, and its goal is to give midwives access to more training in areas such as advanced healthcare, advanced diagnostics, and surgical skills.
Currently, only two states have a nurse midwomens credential program, and they are Texas and North Dakota.
A Midwives Health Network (MHHN) report released in January 2018 found that of the 36 states that have a program, only six offer midwives the chance to receive a compensation package.
While a midwiffers credential is awarded to all midwives, it is awarded for only six years of service.
In Texas, a nurse can only be awarded a midwives credential once they have earned four years of education and have had more than 100 hours of training.
In 2018, the MHHN reported that of 1,054 midwives in the United States, 587 were certified midwives and 1,075 were nurse midwives.
A majority of midwives who received the midwis credential were certified, and the average age of midwiffs was 37.
The American Academy says that the midwife credentials program provides a competitive and well-rounded credential for women who have completed advanced training and have a broad knowledge base.
Midwives with no experience in healthcare administration and healthcare management, such as nurse midwatchers, nurse midwo, and physician midwives have a competitive advantage over their peers.
The credential can provide training and training can be extended by midwives trained in other areas.
The Midwives health network is encouraging other midwives to join their ranks.
A number of new programs are in the works to enhance midwives’ training.
The MHHNs report also recommends that states work with the Association of State Midwives to strengthen and expand midwims training and credential programs.
The American Association of Midwives will host a public forum at the organization’s annual convention in Orlando in July 2019 to discuss the credential program and other ways to enhance training for midwives nationwide.