When a health need arises, traveling to a clinician’s office and spending time in the waiting room isn’t always ideal. Telehealth and virtual care options remain a viable alternative to a traditional office visit.
Planning an upcoming getaway or business trip? Before embarking on the next journey, it’s important to understand healthcare benefits, coverage, and how to access care — in-person or virtually — should a need arise.
60% of adults in the U.S. are managing at least one chronic health condition, such as heart disease or diabetes. This may require them to take one or more maintenance prescription medications on an ongoing basis. With CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy, members can save time and money.
As kids develop, it’s important to monitor their changing physical and emotional needs to help give them a head start on a healthy life. With a new year underway, now is a good time to support your child’s health by scheduling a routine well-child visit.
The CVS Caremark® Member Portal is a convenient tools to help avoid missed doses, schedule automatic prescription refills for home delivery, compare drug costs to save money, and more.
Members have access to innovative tools for managing health. Today, it’s possible to attend a video visit with a clinician, order prescription delivery, message a care team, and pay a health bill all from a mobile device.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its recommendations to now include the new bivalent COVID-19 booster for children as young as six months old who received a primary vaccination series or booster shot at least two months ago.
Whether it’s scheduling an appointment with a clinician or refilling a prescription, Sutter Health Plus members have access to convenient online self-service tools for managing care whenever and wherever it’s needed.
As a health plan affiliated with Sutter Health—one of the nation’s leading healthcare networks—Sutter Health Plus continues delivering value to employers in terms of affordability, competitive benefits, and access to a respected provider network.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its recommendations to include the new bivalent COVID-19 booster for children as young as five years old who received a primary vaccination series or booster shot at least two months ago.