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The EPA is tightening regulations to reduce haszardous waste in water, so techs need to prepare to get into compliance with EPA's new regs. Get recommendations for how to handle these changes.
Get strategies for how to plan around management of diabetes meds before and after surgery, to prevent the glucose seesaw in surgical patients.
The Joint Commission is expanding the anticoagulation National Patient Safety Goal (NPSG) starting 7/1/19, and the biggest change will be the addition of the DOACs. Learn more in this Hospital Pharmacist's Letter article.
One in four patients with diabetes will ration or even stop their insulin due to skyrocketing costs. This month's TRC Hot Topic Webcast features an expert panel discussion about helping patients navigate insulin costs.
The TRC Insights enterprise newsletter delivers updates on the latest trends in clinical leadership. In this issue, get recommendations for helping patients navigate skyrocketing insulin costs, plus, get guidance for compliance with upcoming changes to USP Chapters <795> and <797>.
Pharmacy technicians are on the front lines to avoid mishaps with duplicate therapies. Get recommendations for spotting and preventing errors.
Recent outbreaks will lead to renewed focus on measles vaccination. Get recommendations for exploring vaccine concerns with patients and promoting appropriate immunization.
Each month TRC sends email notifications that each new issue is available, with 10+ timely articles and new clinical resources. Choose a product below to review its August 2019 email and see some of the emerging topics that were covered in this month's issue.
From industry event and association presenters, to award recipients, TRC's staff editors (many still practicing pharmacists) stay active in the pharmacy community. Take a look at some recent activity.
This TRC Hot Topic webinar features an expert panel discussion about appropriate medication use in older adults.. Listen as Sunny Linnebur, PharmD, BCGP, BCPS, FCCP, FASCP, and other panelists discuss and answer common clinical questions,