Pharmacy ScripTalk Talking Labels and Talking Prescription Reader Solution

Meeting the Needs of Customers Who are Blind, Visually or Print Impaired

As the number of people who are elderly, visually and print impaired continues to rise across the United States, so too is the demand for accessible prescriptions. In 2012, the FDA Safety and Innovation Act provided a list of best practices for pharmacies to implement to ensure that patients would have safe, private, independent, reliable, and consistent access to prescription label information as stated in the ADA. ScriptAbility’s prescription labeling system helps you meet all of those needs.

ScripTalk Audible Prescription Drug Labels

ScriptAbility has developed ScripTalk talking labels, a solution for audible pharmacy labeling. ScripTalk labels are attached to a prescription bottle and programmed with all of the printed label information. At home, the patient places the medication container on a prescription reader unit and hears the label read aloud with a press of a button. A ScripTalk app can be substituted as a prescription reader if the patient uses a smartphone with RFID capability.

Pharmacist Holding ScripTalk RFID label and Prescription Reader

Software/Hardware features:

  • Windows Compatible Software
  • RFID and Text-to-Speech Technology
  • Fast Production and Verification
  • Small Hardware Footprint

The patient will hear the entire label read aloud including:

  • Drug Name, Dosage, & Instructions
  • Warnings & Contraindications
  • Pharmacy Information
  • Doctor Name
  • Prescription Number & Date

ScripTalk Station Prescription Reader is the only audible prescription reading device to meet all federal requirements listed under the Federal Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Recommendations from the US Access Board

Best Practices for Making Prescription Drug Container Label Information Accessible

NCD Best Practices for Prescription Drug Labeling

National Council on Disability NCD Best Practices Prescription Drug Labeling

For more information on ScripTalk talking labels and prescription reader, call 1-800-890-1180 today.