The Rx Consultant

The Rx Consultant is a subscription-based service that delivers practical updates and reviews on top-selling drugs and common diseases, provides healthcare news in an easy reading style, and offers continuing education (CE) for all programs completely free.

The Rx Consultant is written specifically for busy, frontline healthcare providers. We maintain a high standard for quality - and have a rigorous system for content development in place to insure it. We are completely independent of the pharmaceutical industry. We accept no grants, advertising, or funding of any kind from drug manufacturers. With no financial ties, maintaining a bias-free publication is a straightforward process.

The entire family of Rx Consultant publications is now included in a subscription to The Rx Consultant eLibrary:

  • Drug Therapy Updates and Reviews - The eLibrary contains over 30 streamlined drug therapy updates and reviews, with new articles being added every month - it is a continually expanding resource.
  • Continuing Education - There are over 50 hours of CE from an ACPE approved provider at no additional charge. Subscribers can take their tests online, score them immediately, then print or save their credit statements. CE tests can also be mailed, faxed, or even phoned in to The Rx Consultant office.
  • News - The eLibrary includes a news column covering the developments that matter most to pharmacists and other front-line providers.
  • Rx Patient Connection - Rx Patient Connection accompanies every drug therapy update and review in the eLibrary. These sheets pull together key patient information and answer the most common questions asked by patients.
  • A Personal CE Transcript - Subscribers can access a personal account that maintains a record of tests taken and all CE credits earned.
  • Monthly Mail Packets - Subscribers receive a monthly mail packet with copies of the latest Drug Therapy Update & Review, Patient Connection, News Connection, CE credit request (for those who prefer mail or fax service), and a Quick Reference card for the latest article. These cards outline the facts you need quickly in tables and charts, and fit in a pocket binder. It's a handy way to keep the essential information at your fingertips.