Big Y Pharmacies in Longmeadow, Mass., and Rocky Hill, Conn., are among those adding large print and electronic “talking” labels to medications for the visually impaired. “We wanted to provide this as an additional service to our customers,” explained Nicole Schneider, senior manager of pharmacy operations at Big Y, Springfield, Mass. The large-print label, called ScripView, is booklet-style and designed for those with low vision. It is attached to the prescription ...

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