Review of ScripTalk Station at AFB AccessWorld® Magazine

Bill Holton of AFB AccessWorld® Magazine reviews the ScripTalk Station in depth along with the new ScripTalk User Software. He writes:

“ScripTalk Station is an accessible prescription reading device that allows print impaired individuals to manage their own medications without guesswork or sighted assistance. Special “talking labels” incorporate radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips smaller than a grain of rice to store prescription data encoded by a participating pharmacist and affixed to the prescription bottle or package. The ScripTalk Reader scans the label and then uses voice synthesis to announce the medication name, dosage, refill date, and other essential information.”

Read the full review here.

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