Accessible Prescription Labels

ScripTalk audible prescription labels are now available nationwide at all local Rite Aid and Walmart pharmacies, as well as at several national mail-order pharmacies. Rite Aid and certain mail-order pharmacies also offer large print and Braille prescription labels.

Be aware that you may have to educate your local Rite Aid or Walmart pharmacist that their employer is actually offering accessible prescription labels. These companies are very large, and it can take time for local pharmacists to become aware of new company initiatives.

If you are a Walmart customer and your local pharmacist is not yet familiar with the availability of accessible prescription labels, just tell the pharmacist to “Search for ScripTalk on The WIRE.” The pharmacist will know to search Walmart’s internal communication system to find instructions on how to get ScripTalk implemented locally.

If you are a Rite Aid customer and your local pharmacist is not yet familiar with accessible labels, ask the pharmacist to call their corporate support number for more information, or you can also call EnVision America for assistance at 1-800-890-1180.

Accessible prescription labels are also available via mail order from the following national mail-order pharmacies:
1. CVS.com home delivery supplies audible prescription labels.
2. CVS/Caremark PBM Mail Order supplies audible, large print and Braille prescription labels.
3. Humana Mail Order supplies audible and Braille prescription labels.
4. Rite Aid Mail Order supplies audible, large print and Braille prescription labels.
5. United Healthcare/OptumRx Mail Order supplies audible prescription labels.
6. Walmart Mail Order supplies audible prescription labels.

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