Do you think your pharmacist would interested in improving patient adherence, having more satisfied customers, and receiving fewer callbacks?

How about receiving $3,000 to purchase new label stock? If so, then ask them to join a project with Wisconsin Health Literacy (WHL) and the Medical College of Wisconsin to redesign prescription labels that are easier for patients to understand and act upon.

Using United States Pharmacopeia (USP) guidelines, their pharmacy can have more patient-centered labels.

There is still time to join, but the sooner the better! This project ends June 30, 2021. Because COVID has changed the priorities in pharmacies, WHL is able to provide more one-on-one assistance in the label redesign. This is also an excellent opportunity for student pharmacists to take the lead.

For more information – including a list of pharmacies already participating, please visit:, or contact Kari LaScala:, or 608-257-1655, ext. 5. 
This project is supported by the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin endowment of the Medical College of Wisconsin.