CVS Caremark: Providing All Your Prescription Needs

Working with your benefits plan sponsor, CVS Caremark provides convenient and flexible options for the prescription drugs you and your family may need. We are here to guide you through the open enrollment process, and to help you understand your plan so you can save time and money when your benefits plan starts.

  • ID Card for New CVS Caremark Members

    If you are newly enrolled in CVS Caremark and haven’t received your ID card, you can register on Caremark.com to print your personalized ID card. This card can be used at all network pharmacies. 

    Or you can print a general, temporary ID card without registering. Adding your personal details will allow you to use it at all network pharmacies until your permanent card arrives.

  • Check Drug Costs

    How much will you pay? Find a drug cost based on your benefit plan and prescription dosage.

    2017 Plan Year (Your current plan through Aug. 31, 2017)

    ActiveCare 1-HD Network Plan – Check Drug Cost

    ActiveCare 2 Network Plan – Check Drug Cost

    ActiveCare Select Network Plan – Check Drug Cost

    Costs for the 2018 plan year will be available on Sept. 1, 2017.

  • Find a Pharmacy in Your Area

    Network Retail Pharmacy Services

    Participating network retail pharmacies will accept your TRS-ActiveCare ID card and charge you the lesser of the negotiated CVS Caremark price or the usual and customary cost for up to a 31day supply of your prescription at a traditional retail network pharmacy, or a 60- to 90-day supply at a Retail-Plus network pharmacy. After your plan year deductible is met, you will pay the applicable copay* or coinsurance percentage of the price of the prescription until the out-of-pocket maximum is satisfied.

    Your traditional retail pharmacy service is most convenient when you need a medication for a short period. For example, if you need an antibiotic to treat an infection, you can go to one of the many pharmacies that participate in the TRS-ActiveCare program and get your medication on the same day. For your short-term prescriptions, you may save money by using pharmacies that participate in the Caremark network.

    National Pharmacy Locator

    The pharmacy network may change effective Sept. 1, 2017..

     

    Retail-Plus Pharmacy Network

    Retail pharmacies that choose to participate in the Retail-Plus network are able to dispense a 60-90 day supply of medication.

    Retail-Plus Pharmacy Locator

    The pharmacy network may change effective Sept. 1, 2017..

     

    Mail Service through the Caremark Pharmacy

    By using the CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy, you can receive up to a 90-day supply of covered medications. After your plan year deductible is met, you will pay the applicable copay or coinsurance percentage of the price of the prescription until the out-of-pocket maximum is satisfied.

    The mail service pharmacy offers you convenience and potential cost savings. If you need medication on an ongoing or long-term basis, such as medication to treat asthma or diabetes, you can ask your doctor to prescribe up to a 90-day supply for home delivery, plus refills for up to one year.

     

    *Copayment, copay or coinsurance means the amount a member is required to pay for a prescription in accordance with a Plan, which may be a deductible, a percentage of the prescription price, a fixed amount or other charge, with the balance, if any, paid by a Plan.

     

Contact Customer Care

  • 1-800-222-9205 - TRS-ActiveCare.

    Customer Care is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with your needs.

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