ScripTalk Station provides those who cannot read the information on their prescriptions a safe and easy way to manage their personal healthcare. To activate, press a button and place the special Talking Label over the reader. A pleasant, natural sounding voice speaks all the information printed on the label, including patient name, drug name with dosage and directions, warnings, pharmacy information, doctor name, prescription number with date, and more.
ScripTalk Station uses RFID and text-to-speech technology. A thin antennae and microchip embedded within the label are programmed with all the printed information. Because the data is stored in the label itself, it can go on any size bottle, box, vial, tube or other prescription container.
- Lightweight and portable
- Works with any prescription
- Natural voice
- One touch operation
- Read as many times as needed
- Adjustable volume
- Earphone connection for privacy
- Multiple languages available
ScriptTalk Station 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 (HIPPA).
For more information on how you can participate and issue your prescriptions with a ScripTalk label, or for a list of participating pharmacies, contact En-Vision America, Inc. or visit www.audiblelabels.org.