Walgreens announced Tuesday that it is launching a nationwide program that will provide free talking prescription devices to pharmacy customers who are visually impaired. “Adherence to medication can be critical in treating illness today, and this is an innovation that will help our visually impaired customers correctly identify and take medications as prescribed,” Jeff Koziel, group VP of pharmacy operations for the Deerfield, Ill.-based retailer said in a statement. The ...
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