Want to become a ScripTalk Pharmacy?
This is a simple, all-in-one, low cost way to improve the accessibility of prescription label information for your patients who are blind, visually impaired and print-impaired. There is no better solution to increasing medication adherence and safety for your patients.
ScripTalk allows you to easily program a small electronic label with all your patient’s prescription information, including drug name, dosage, instructions, warnings, pharmacy information, doctor name, prescription number, date and more. The tag relies on RFID and text-to-speech technology.
In the electronic tag is an RFID (radio frequency identification) antenna and microchip. The small adhesive tag fits on any container. It only takes seconds to program.
At no time does EVATech have access to your patient’s medication information.
The patient can use the ScripTalk Mobile App or a ScripTalk Station to hear all the label information read out loud, ensuring their medication safety and independence.
We have deep roots and relationships with thousands of large chain and independent pharmacies throughout the U.S. and Canada, and we’re now shifting our focus to developing international partnerships.
ScripTalk is available in multiple languages, including:
WHAT DO PHARMACISTS THINK?
Senior Director of Health & Wellness Compliance at Walmart
“The ScripTalk system is important to providing convenient and safe healthcare for our customers. We are proud this technology is available at Walmart and Sam’s Club locations across the nation, … This service is free and available at all U.S. locations upon request.”
Senior Vice President of Retail Pharmacy at CVS Caremark
“We are pleased to offer the ScripTalk service to our online pharmacy customers who are visually impaired. Enhancing access to important information about prescriptions is in keeping with our purpose of helping people on their path to better health.”
Executive Vice President, Related Business, Sobeys Inc.
“ScripTalk is an easy-to-use yet innovative technology that is breaking barriers for those who are blind, have experienced vision loss, or are otherwise not able to read vital prescription information. With this technology, we’re empowering our patients to independently manage their medications safely at our pharmacies, in their homes, or wherever they may be.”