Page 136: In the last sentence of the feat, replace “whenever you deal damage to a bloodied enemy” with “whenever you hit or miss a bloodied enemy and deal damage to it.” The previous text included ongoing damage and other damaging effects. This correction clarifies the intent.
Add “healing word or” after “When you use” in the first sentence. This change clarifies that this feat is intended to apply to healing word, even though it no longer has the divine keyword.
if I apply ongoing damage to an enemy through a power, then I am considered to be dealing that damage (otherwise, they wouldn't have needed to clarify Pacifist Healer to indicate "hit or miss *and* deal damage".
Based on this, if I have a feat which gives a bonus to fire damage (not fire damage *rolls*, just straight fire damage) when an enemy is taking ongoing fire damage, wouldn't I get to add that bonus to damage to the damage they are taking from the ongoing fire damage?