The CVS/caremark™ app lets you refill mail service prescriptions, track order status, view prescription history and more. You must have CVS/caremark prescription benefits to use the app: If you’re not sure, check your health insurance plan information to confirm.
• Refill mail service prescriptions without registering or signing in (Easy Refill)
• Submit new mail order prescription
• See number of refills due and orders in progress without signing in
• Check order status
• Renew or request new mail service prescriptions
• Check drug costs and coverage
• View prescription history
• Find a pharmacy in your network
• View your member ID Card (if provided by plan design)
• Add your member ID Card to your Apple Wallet (if provided by plan design)
• Identify unknown pills
• Check for potential drug interactions
• Update account information; shipping and billing information, manage family access, and reset password
• Touch ID sign in for easy access to your account and key app features
If you already use Caremark.com, your existing username and password will also work on the app. If not, you can register directly on the app and use your new username and password on the website.
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We fixed a few minor bugs and made some updates to enhance your experience.
Ratings and Reviews
glitch “ready for refill”
I want to be able to rely on the app for re-ordering meds, but It needs a major fix. I am getting “ready for refill” indication within a few days after I received a refill. If I check the block again, I get a message that it’s too early to refill and they will edit to the list to refill later. Then I get further messages when it’s time to refill.
As a result of the above, I cannot rely on the “ready to refill“ indication as indication that I’m really ready for a refill. It is not helpful for me to instantly refill, Ben have it put in a pending status for months of the time. I recommend that you modify the app to trigger the notification only when med is actually ready for refill — or, alternatively accept auto-refill authorization as retail pharmacies will.
I hadn’t received one of three medications in the mail yet, the most important of the three. Went online to check the status and all in the same page, it tells me that this medication was filled and mailed to me, and that the prescription was canceled and not sent to me. Why would a pharmacy cancel a prescription?? And not even notify me? Not even by email?? First time I’ve used CVS mail service and they already drop the ball in a HUGE way. Express Scripts may charge a little bit more but at least you get your medications without having to jump through hoops and panic that it’s going to run out. I spoke with customer service who was the saving grace because she was so kind and apologetic. Now will have to call my doctor and have them send the script to a local cvs and hope they have it in stock...
I used the CVS app for 3 years without complaint. The mail refill was so fast that I quit using autofill because it arrive so quickly. If a new Rx was needed, there was never a pause or any delay in contacting my dr and my script being filled.
In the last 6 or 7 months I have yet to get the CVS app to work without calling in, only to find out that the RX has expired and “the dr hasn’t renewed the script.” This is the same dr for the prior 3 years!! Last month I was told I will have to call in any future refills.
I live in a rural Texas town - the nearest CVS store is 1hr away, so mail order is my only option. Thank you for the opportunity to “rate” this app - I’m sure you share my concern in finding out why this wonderful app suddenly started having problems.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.