CVS Health Saving Pass Offers Low-Cost Generic Prescriptions & Discounted Health Services
This past Sunday, November 9, CVS/pharmacy launched its new Health Savings Pass, which will help reduce the cost of health care, particularly for the uninsured. It costs just $10 annually to enroll in the program, which will then allow consumers to fill a 90-day prescription for more than 400 common generic medications for just $9.99 at their local CVS.
In addition to the prescription savings, consumers will also receive a 10% discount on health services at all 8 MinuteClinic locations in Cleveland. In the Cleveland area alone there are an estimated 10.9% of people uninsured, and another 7.2% statewide that are unemployed.
Consumers may obtain a Health Savings Pass at any of of the more than 6,300 CVS locations nationwide. Alternatively, you may also enroll online at www.cvs.com or by calling 1-888-616-CARE (2273). A complete list of medications covered can also be found at the CVS website. MinuteClinic locations and services may be found at minuteclinic.com.