Search through the drug list, find a pharmacy close by, sign up to have your medications delivered and more.
There are two ways to get your medications delivered to you:
Get home deliveryMany pharmacies are offering free home delivery right now. Please check with your pharmacy for more details on what they may be offering.
Sign up for mail orderVisit caremark.com to sign up and get your maintenance medications delivered to you. Standard shipping is always free. Standard
copayments and deductibles (if applicable) will apply.
We are temporarily relaxing early refill limits on many maintenance medications at in-network pharmacies. You can get early refills of up to a 90-day supply, as long as you have
pharmacy benefits through Sharp Health Plan. Simply tell your pharmacist to use the SCC-13 code when they process your order. Standard copayments and deductibles (if applicable) will apply.
Note: This does not apply to refills of controlled substances. A new prescription is required to provide an emergency supply of a controlled substance.
Find out if your pharmacy coverage is through Sharp Health Plan.
Use this online tool to search medications, learn about restrictions and compare costs.
Under your health plan, there’s a lot of pharmacies to choose from. Use this helpful online tool to search for a pharmacy close by that’s covered by your benefit plan and works for you and your family.
Mail order is an easy and affordable way to get the medications you and your family need, along with the convenience of home delivery. Find out if this option is right for you and get the info you need to sign up.
Download the pharmacy app
Is your pharmacy benefit through Sharp Health Plan? Great! Manage your prescription benefits on the go with the CVS Caremark® mobile app.
Our drug list includes many commonly-prescribed medications. When a generic equivalent is available, it must be dispensed instead of the brand-name drug, unless your doctor specifies otherwise.
Did you know there are over-the-counter (OTC) equivalents available for your non-covered prescription drugs? Find out what alternatives are available for you and how to save money when shopping for OTC medications.
To view our pharmacy policies and procedures, login to SharpConnect below.
Specialty medications are provided by our partner, CVS Specialty™ pharmacy. Medications that are provided by CVS Specialty pharmacy are identified with the “SP” symbol on your health plan drug list.
You deserve to know if the medications you’re using are safe, and we’re committed to notifying you and your prescribing doctor of drug recalls. Use this online tool to search for recalls, market withdrawals and safety alerts on FDA-regulated products.
Safety comes first. That’s why Sharp Health Plan has an opioid cumulative dose program. The goal of the program is to prevent overuse and protect you from unsafe levels of medication.
Looking to safely dispose of unused and expired prescription medications? Learn about Drug Take Back Days, as well as about the disposal kiosks that are available year-round at two Sharp hospitals.
*Among reporting CA plans. Due to COVID-19, NCQA will not release 2020–21 Health Plan Ratings for any product line. Based on 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 NCQA Quality Compass CAHPS results. Quality Compass is a registered trademark of NCQA. CAHPS
is a registered trademark of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
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