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Hospital Prescriber’s Letter

Physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in the acute care setting are confronted with a full range of medication questions from patients and other clinicians. Hospital Prescriber’s Letter empowers providers to:

  • Improve patient outcomes and enhance transitions of care with informed, evidence-based medication decisions based on the latest clinical findings
  • Get the most vital medication and drug therapy updates, focused on changes that impact your day-to-day practice
  • Access concise, unbiased recommendations and handy resources, updated every month
  • Complete CME as you read each month’s succinct, practice-relevant articles

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Current News from
Hospital Prescriber’s Letter

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Useful Tools at Your Fingertips

Hospital Prescriber’s Letter Includes:

Medication Recommendations And Clinical Trial Results
  • New and current drug therapy developments
  • Drug class and dosage comparison charts
  • Disease- and condition-related charts and guidelines
  • Patient education handouts in English and Spanish
  • News on quality measures and regulatory initiatives
Unbiased and Concise Information
  • Peer-reviewed by dozens of front-line advanced care practitioners and thought leaders
  • Written by clinical pharmacists
  • Concise recommendations from an unbiased editorial team
Clinical Resources Tailored to Hospital Advanced Care Practitioners
  • Timely, practical drug comparison charts
  • Answers to medication FAQs
  • Practical advice and education for patients in English and Spanish
  • Templates to facilitate communication with your colleagues
    Continuing Medical Education
    • Earn CME with each month’s Hospital Prescriber’s Letter
    • Join live webinars on hot topics
    Discussion Forum
    • Connect with peers
    • Join debates about drug therapy
    • Ask questions about best practices
    • Share your clinical experiences
    Mobile Access
    • Mobile website and apps available
    • Get information on-the-go
    • Get CME credit while reading on your phone

    Now Available: Hospital Prescriber’s Letter App
    Now available for Android and iOS: the Hospital Prescriber’s Letter app. Constantly emerging clinical findings result in daily medication revelations and adjustments. TRC is here to keep you current, delivering cutting-edge advice where and when you need it, with mobile access to the latest articles, new charts and timely, relevant resources on-the-go. Save your favorites, share resources with colleagues, and stay ahead of the curve. The app is free to download (log in with a valid organizational ID).

       Download on the App Store
    Get it on Google Play

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    Hospital11 of the top 20 hospitals on the U.S. News and World Report Best Hospitals list for 2016-2017 rely on TRC Healthcare Letters to keep their healthcare providers current. Hospital Prescriber’s Letter provides acute care practitioners with concise, evidence-based recommendations and resources on the latest clinical findings for drug therapy.

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