Accessible Prescription Labeling Solutions for Visually and Print-Impaired Patients
Are you concerned your patients may have trouble adhering to their medication? Do you ask your patients if they can read the small print on their bottles?
ScriptAbility has an interface that works seamlessly with PrimeRx software. Our equipment is plug and play, easy to use and small enough to not disturb your pharmacy’s current work flow. The suite encompasses audio, large print, Braille, Controlled Substance Safety and Dual Language labels. These are all included in interface that requires minimal set up and just Windows 7 or higher.
ScripTalk Talking Prescription Labels
Based on RFID text-to-speech technology, ScripTalk Talking Prescription Labels are designed to help your patients take their medication independently and safely. By using a smartphone app or a ScripTalk Station Reader, your patients can hear all their vital prescription information read out loud, including:
You simply place a circular, 1-inch diameter RFID tag on the bottom of a prescriptions vial, which is easily programmed on Windows Compatible Software (Windows 7 or higher required) and integrated with PrimeRx. Click Here to view a video on "How ScripTalk Works."
ScriptView Includes Three Labeling Solutions
Large Print Labels — These booklet style labels are especially designed for your patients who have low vision or are elderly. The label presents all vital prescription information in an 18 to 22-point font on high-contrast, non-glare, durable media. This solution is customizable, so you can include how much or how little information needed. You can add your pharmacy logo too!
Dual-Language Labels — These labels feature large, high-contrast font in English and a translated language. We currently offer 17 languages. These are ideal for patients who speak English as a second language or have limited English proficiency.
Controlled Substance Safety Labels (CSSL) — This is a solution designed to help reduce the risk of opioid misuse by reminding patients of the risks involved. The label features a QR code that links to a brief safety video, detailing the drug’s instructions and warnings in an easy-to-understand audio and visual format. This is particularly beneficial for patients who have difficulty understanding printed media, cannot read a printed label or are overwhelmed by the amount of information that comes with a Schedule II medication.
These tactile labels are on a clear adhesive tape which fits over the pharmacy’s legal label. The pharmacist is able to select the information embossed, line by line. Because Braille takes up a lot of space, it’s mainly used as an identifier for patients. This means we recommend accompanying Braille with a ScripTalk RFID label to ensure the patient has access to all important drug information.
For more information on our ScriptAbility suite of accessible labeling solutions, visit www.ScriptAbility.com or give us a call at 800-890-1180.