Script Talk

ScripTalk Labels and Talking Prescription Reader

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Do you or a loved one have trouble reading prescription labels?

  • Are you worried that you don’t remember your prescription instructions correctly?

  • Are you bothered that you have to rely on family or friends to read prescription information for you?

  • Are you looking for a way to safely and independently manage your medications?

Did you know?

  • As many as 1.9 million drug-related injuries occur each year due to prescription errors or adverse reactions.

  • Nearly 10% of those injuries are life-threatening or fatal and more than half are preventable.

  • Prescription drug mistakes are a leading cause of death and injury to seniors.

  • More than half of all patients do not take medications as prescribed.

Now there is a solution!

ScripTalk talking labels and prescription readers are available by request, free of charge.

Hear your prescription information!

  • Drug Name, Dosage, & Instructions

  • Warnings & Contraindications

  • Pharmacy Information

  • Doctor Name

  • Prescription Number & Date

  • And More!

ScripTalk Station is a prescription reader device. Simply press a button and place the special ScripTalk talking label over the reader. A pleasant natural sounding voice speaks all the information printed on the label.

ScripTalk Station uses RFID and text-to-speech technology. A thin antenna and microchip embedded within the label are programmed with all the printed information. Because the data is stored in the label itself, it can be used on any size prescription container.

ScripTalk Station Features

  • Lightweight and Portable

  • Natural Voice

  • Earphone Jack for Privacy

  • One-Touch Operation

  • Read as Many Times as Needed

  • Scrollable Data

  • Adjustable Volume

  • Works with any Prescription

  • Multiple Languages

ScripTalk Station is the only talking prescription reader 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).

For more information, contact the pharmacy at 303-797-2500