Incoming CVS Health President and CEO reacts to President-Elect Biden’s COVID-19 update

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WOONSOCKET, R.I. — The following is attributed to Karen S. Lynch, currently Executive Vice President, CVS Health and President, Aetna, who will become the company's next President and CEO on February 1:

“We agree with President-elect Biden that pharmacies will play a critical role in the next phase of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and appreciate his leadership in the pandemic response. CVS Health has more than 90,000 trained health care professionals standing by, with the capacity to administer approximately one million shots per day through our 10,000 CVS Pharmacy locations across the country once the federal program is fully activated. This will build on our success in providing vaccines to one of the nation’s most vulnerable populations, having administered more than one million shots at long-term care facilities to date.

“We also agree that despite the growing availability of vaccines, wearing a mask, maintaining safe distances and avoiding crowds remain the best ways to slow the spread. These guidelines are based on sound science and will be critical for months to come.”

 

About CVS Health

CVS Health is a different kind of health care company. We are a diversified health services company with nearly 300,000 employees united around a common purpose of helping people on their path to better health. In an increasingly connected and digital world, we are meeting people wherever they are and changing health care to meet their needs. Built on a foundation of unmatched community presence, our diversified model engages one in three Americans each year. From our innovative new services at HealthHUB® locations, to transformative programs that help manage chronic conditions, we are making health care more accessible, more affordable and simply better. Learn more about how we're transforming health at www.cvshealth.com.

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Our commitment to mental wellbeing

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The mental health system can be complicated, unfamiliar, and hard to navigate for most people. The stigma attached to mental illness and addiction prevents people from seeking treatment, and for those who do seek help, it can be hard to find quality care in a timely manner.

CVS Health proactively supports individuals across the mental wellbeing continuum, building mental health resilience among those who are currently healthy, providing emotional wellbeing and social determinant support for those who are stressed or struggling, and robust clinical support and case management for individuals with a mental illness — and everything in between.


Working in our communities, and in partnership with providers and employers, CVS Health holistically addresses physical and mental health to improve overall health.

Engagement across the care continuum

We have developed a variety of access points — CVS Pharmacy®, Resources for Living (PDF), new technology and more — to improve mental wellbeing and health outcomes for members and families, their employers, and communities.

Flattening the second curve of COVID-19

As we combat the physical effects of COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are simultaneously confronted with deep feelings of stress, fear and anxiety. We are facing profound loss, economic uncertainty, social isolation, and worry for the health of those we love. This time of mental and emotional crisis is the ‘second curve’ of the pandemic, and we must work together to flatten this curve, too.

We’re proud to offer expanded mental wellbeing services and resources to support our most significantly impacted groups — frontline health care workers,  essential workers,  seniors, and furloughed and laid-off workers.

Learn more about resource we’re offering to help flatten the second curve.

Here 4 U

We understand life can feel overwhelming for young adults right now: COVID-19 has closed schools, isolated them from friends and family members and impacted their day-to-day lives in countless ways. That’s why we’ve launched the Here 4 U program as part of our Time For Care initiative to provide much needed mental health resources and education to young adults as well as other groups in need of special attention in the wake of the pandemic.

Reducing the number of suicides

Part of CVS Health’s commitment to helping people on their path to better health is a focus on reversing the devastating suicide trends in the United States. With the right intervention and support, suicide is known to be preventable. We offer resources to support a variety of groups — young adults and college students, attempt survivors, Aetna members and CVS Health colleagues.

Learn more about the suicide prevention resources we offer.

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Resources

Resources for Living (RFL) offers a variety of well-being services and support options for everyone–even for those not on an Aetna insurance plan. Individuals can call our Resources for Living (RFL) line at 1-833-327-AETNA (1-833-327-2386) for in-the-moment phone support.

Emotional well-being resources to support you and your loved ones. These include tools to manage stress and anxiety, support parents and children, and care for your own mental health.

Learn about your emotional health and take needed action. Take a simple depression check or take a simple anxiety check.

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Health care, from the heart

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Our health care system is under unprecedented strain.

Through it all, CVS Health has been there.

We’re nearly 300,000 employees ensuring millions of Americans can access health care services.

We’ve opened 4,700 COVID-19 test sites since March and administered over 10 million tests at our stores and through partners in underserved communities.

With millions staying home, CVS Health is increasing access to prescription delivery, virtual visits and mental health services.

Now, we’re providing vaccines in long-term care facilities nationwide.

We’ve been on the frontlines, making health care easier to access and afford.

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CVS Health launches Symphony™ to support senior safety at home and enhance caregiver peace of mind

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WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health (NYSE:CVS) recently introduced the Symphony™ medical alert system to help caregivers monitor the safety and well-being of loved ones, even from afar. 

This collection of in-home and wearable devices offers a new at-home experience by connecting a suite of sensors that can monitor for falls, motion, and room temperature while also providing a 24/7 personal emergency response platform for use when needed. Symphony is designed to support the growing number of seniors choosing to maintain an independent lifestyle at home, as well as those involved in their care.

“We’re committed to helping consumers on their path to better health and new consumer health innovations like Symphony can help give caregivers peace of mind as they monitor a loved one’s safety and well-being through a truly differentiated connected health approach,” said Adam Pellegrini, SVP of Enterprise Virtual Care & Consumer Health at CVS Health.

The center of the Symphony ecosystem is the voice-activated Smart Hub which enables hands-free calls with caregivers or emergency responders, while also monitoring motion, temperature, and air quality within the home.

Symphony features a free app for caregivers that provides alerts for falls or other emergencies and assists with facilitating care coordination. Additionally, smart algorithms within the app track and alert caregivers when normal conditions, such as average room temperature or air quality, are disrupted, suggesting when the caregiver may want to check in with their loved one.

Designed to fit a family’s specific needs and adapt to a variety of homes, two easy-to-use Symphony device options are available: the Basic Bundle and Essential Bundle. While both systems come equipped with the Smart Hub and a wearable care button, the Essential Bundle also includes motion sensors and a voice-activated Fall Sensor to automatically detect falls in the bathroom, where the majority of accidents occur. Complementary devices are available for both bundles if desired, including additional motion sensors to extend the range of coverage in larger homes, and entry sensors for use on doors, cabinets or windows.

Pricing starts at $149.99 for the Symphony Basic Bundle and $249.99 for the Essential Bundle. A monthly service fee is required, although no long-term contract is needed to activate. Once activated, each Symphony bundle can help support safety at home as well as in the event of an emergency. Customers can find Symphony available now at CVS HealthHUB® locations or online at cvs.com/symphony.

About CVS Health

CVS Health is a different kind of health care company. We are a diversified health services company with nearly 300,000 employees united around a common purpose of helping people on their path to better health. In an increasingly connected and digital world, we are meeting people wherever they are and changing health care to meet their needs. Built on a foundation of unmatched community presence, our diversified model engages one in three Americans each year. From our innovative new services at HealthHUB® locations, to transformative programs that help manage chronic conditions, we are making health care more accessible, more affordable and simply better. Learn more about how we're transforming health at www.cvshealth.com.

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Long-term care

Across the country, through our Omnicare® brand, we provide specialized long-term care pharmacy services that include consulting and data management. You can count on us to handle all the details.

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Pharmacy solutions delivered with care

We deliver customized expertise and benefits, such as medication availability, infusion therapy, advanced digital tools and compliance guidance — all while controlling costs.

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Making senior care less complex

Whether residents rely on their facility’s staff to manage their medications or do it themselves, we offer cost-effective, exclusive services that support each individual community member.

Our comprehensive medication and related services result in positive, cost-effective outcomes for long-term care settings.

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Long-term and post-acute facilities

We are a national provider of long-term care pharmacy services, delivering more than 70 million prescriptions a year to customers nationwide. We’re committed to building strong, consultative partnerships, so that we can successfully support community staff and their members.

Learn more about post-acute care

Senior living communities

When our customers need immediate, expert service in geriatric care, we’re always here for them. We understand the unique needs of the senior population — and we understand their community’s unique needs, too.

Learn more about senior living

Residents and their families can expect expertise and guidance from our pharmacists, as well as access to important health care information. We enable communities to provide the best care for residents and their loved ones.

Learn more about how we support our residents and families

MinuteClinic

We are providing local health care that touches millions of lives. Our approximately 1,100 MinuteClinic locations offer convenient, high-quality, care for common family illnesses.

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High quality care and expanded services

MinuteClinic offers expanded services where clinicians can screen, diagnose and treat customers and provide follow-up care for chronic conditions as well as provide services for minor injuries and illnesses, immunizations and annual exams, in-store or virtually. Our MinuteClinic locations inside HealthHUB stores also offer sleep apnea assessments and phlebotomy services.

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Using technology to support care

If patients are unable to visit us in a clinic, they can select a virtual E-Clinic visit with a local MinuteClinic provider for a wide variety of routine health care needs. This option is available in the 33 states and Washington, D.C., where MinuteClinic currently operates and is contracted with most health insurance plans.

For patients without health insurance, MinuteClinic Video Visits are an affordable cash pay option, with visits costing $59. Video Visits are also covered by most Aetna insurance plans. Video Visits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can be accessed via a mobile device or computer.

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Safety is our priority

As COVID-19 continues to be a concern across our country, MinuteClinic remains a safe and convenient option for care. While you can easily make an appointment online at MinuteClinic.com, we also accept walk-in patients at many of our clinics.

We have new protocols in place to help keep our customers and our providers safe, including eliminating our waiting room and asking patients to wait in their car or outside the store after checking in and asking customers to wear a mask throughout their visit. We’re also taking extra steps to clean and disinfect the kiosk and the clinic between visits, and are making sure that our providers have the appropriate PPE, including gloves, masks and protective eyewear.

Our providers

Clinics are staffed by nurse practitioners and physician assistants who follow nationally recognized clinical guidelines to diagnose and treat a range of conditions.

Wellness services

We also provide wellness services such as vaccinations and health screenings. With your permission, we’ll even share your visit summary with your primary care provider.

Care doesn’t take a day off

With approximately 1,100 clinics open seven days a week with no appointment required in most locations, MinuteClinic is health care made simple.

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Our convenient services and experienced providers make health care easier.

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Minor illnesses and injuries

Our providers can evaluate, diagnose and treat a variety of minor illnesses and injuries, including bronchitis, flu, strep throat, bladder infections, minor burns and cuts, insect stings, and more.

Find a list of illnesses and injuries we provide treatment for at MinuteClinic.com

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Screenings and monitoring

Our health screenings measure blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and body mass index, so you can know your numbers and maintain good health. If you need to stay on top of a chronic condition such as diabetes or high cholesterol, our monitoring and educational support services can help.

Learn more about what to expect before and after your visit

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Vaccinations and injections

We offer common vaccinations for children, teens and adults, so it’s easy to protect your whole family. Injection services are also available for prescription birth control and vitamin B12.

Read more on the vaccinations and injections we offer

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Wellness and physicals

Our convenient health and wellness offerings include camp and sports physicals, help with smoking cessation, and weight loss programs.

Learn more about our health and wellness offerings





Prescription drug savings

We work hard to keep prices down because we know that people who take their medications as prescribed have better outcomes and lower health care costs. CVS Caremark® has pioneered bold approaches to reduce prescription drug costs for our clients and members. Our efforts help more than 100 million people get the medications they need at prices they can afford.

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How we save you money

With more treatment options for many diseases, health care is becoming more complex than ever before. Research shows that 24% of Americans find it hard to afford prescriptions and 29% skipped doses because of costshttps://www.kff.org/health-reform/poll-finding/kff-health-tracking-poll-february-2019-prescription-drugs/. That is where we come in to help. We work closely with our clients — employers and private and government health plans — to help them get their members the medications they need at an affordable price while meeting health care goals of employees and members. We also partner with benefit consultants to help employers design and deliver more effective prescription drug coverage programs.

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I called CVS Caremark and explained that I was prescribed a medication that was $500 out-of-pocket. They researched a medication that would be comparable but not as costly. They were so professional and personable, and I felt like they really cared.

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At our core, we do this on behalf of our clients and members by negotiating directly with pharmaceutical companies to secure the lowest possible price for drugs. We work hard to keep prices down because we know that people who take their medications as prescribed have better outcomes and lower health care costs. We also work with our clients on the designs of their prescription drug benefit plans to best enable them to pass along the value of their negotiated savings to their members. This means, you as a member pay less out of pocket.

Learn more about affordability

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More than 67%

of members spent less than $100 out of pocket, one of the ways we help keep drugs affordable for members.

Savings tools for members

CVS Caremark members, their prescribing physicians and their pharmacists all have immediate access to real-time prescription benefit information, showing them how much a specific drug will cost under their plan. With this information at-hand, physicians and pharmacists can identify an alternative medication within the member’s formulary that is clinically appropriate, if necessary. 

When members switch medications using real-time prescription benefits, they save $120 to $130 per prescription, on average.

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A focus on specialty medicines

Patients taking specialty medicines, which can be complex to administer, as well as expensive, deserve special attention. We do more than just dispense specialty drugs. We are partners in care. Our specially trained pharmacists and nurses help patients start and stay on the best medications to manage their conditions. Our experts educate patients about how to use their medicines appropriately and what side effects or symptoms to watch out for — helping them live more comfortably while reducing unnecessary health care costs. We also offer digital tools that streamline the insurance approval process and speed access to needed drugs.

Learn how we help you save on specialty drugs

Prescription drug coverage

At CVS Caremark®, we are champions for value — working to ensure a path to better health with affordable medications, ease of access to medications, and personalized support along the way.

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Partnering for prescription drug savings and support

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We reduce prescription drug costs

For decades, CVS Caremark has pioneered bold approaches to reduce prescription drug costs for our clients and members. Our efforts help more than 100 million people get the medications they need at prices they can afford. In fact, 85% of our members spend less than $300 on prescriptions each year.

As the health care system becomes increasingly complex and drugs become more expensive, our work has never been more important.

Learn how we save you money
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We support people on the path to better health

Taking a new prescription, either for a new diagnosis or an existing condition, often comes with many questions. At CVS Caremark, we don’t just manage insurance claims. Our professionals — adhering to decisions made by your healthcare provider — offer personalized support to each patient so that they can successfully start and stay on their medications, leading to better health care outcomes and lower costs.

Learn how we support you on your journey
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We meet members where they are

When health care is accessible and convenient, people are healthier, and costs are lower — it’s that simple. While many patients prefer to get their medications in person at their local pharmacy, CVS Caremark offers the option to receive prescriptions by mail wherever it’s most convenient — whether it’s at home, at the office, or while on vacation.

Learn how we get medications to you
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We share needed information

Being transparent means enabling people to get all the information they need about their prescriptions, including understanding how to maximize their benefits by selecting the lowest-cost medicine under their plan. CVS Caremark helps answer questions about insurance coverage, directing members and pharmacists to the lowest-cost option at the pharmacy counter. Additionally, using the CVS Pharmacy Rx Savings Finder, retail pharmacists can quickly and seamlessly evaluate a patient’s prescription regimen, medication history and insurance plan information to find individual prescription savings opportunities.

Similarly, we provide our employer and health plan clients with detailed reports demonstrating the savings we’ve secured on their behalf through our negotiations with drug makers.

Helping members during COVID-19

Even during a pandemic, people must continue their routine care and prescriptive treatment. We play an important role at the center of the pharmaceutical supply chain. Our advanced analytics have allowed us to quickly identify changes in prescribing patterns and enabled us to take proactive steps to help ensure supply for those who need it, such as:

  • Limiting stockpiling that could result in future shortages and gaps in care
  • Monitoring the global manufacturing environment
  • Extending previously-approved prior authorizations for most medications
  • Working with clients to waive early refill limits
  • Dispensing an average of over 170,000 prescriptions a week
  • Implementing Return Ready, a comprehensive, customizable COVID-19 testing solution helping employers safely return employees to worksites.

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Heart At Work: Bob Atighechi brings hope to nursing homes

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It’s mid-morning, December 18, and a crowd of national press – CNN, NBC, Associated Press, to name a few – are gathered outside the Reservoir Skilled Nursing facility in West Hartford, Connecticut. Governor Ned Lamont, the last of the dignitaries to speak, steps to the podium.
   
Bob Atighechi is there too. Bob is one of a team of CVS pharmacists who will provide among the first COVID-19 vaccinations in the country for residents and staff in long-term care facilities. It’s a new wave of hope for the nation, one that’s been missing since the pandemic began. 

“We’ve been waiting for this day. It’s history,” says Bob. “I’m so lucky to be part of it.” 

The speeches have concluded and Reservoir staff are lined up outside for their first Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination. Their second shot will be administered in three weeks. 

Inside, where it’s sheltered and warm, Jeanne Peters, 95, is the first resident to be inoculated, with Bob’s assistance. “It was no problem,” says Jeanne, brushing off confetti that commemorated the event. “I think everyone who can, should get a shot against the virus – no matter what age.” 

Pharmacists Bob Atighechi and MaryLou Galushko providing a COVID-19 vaccination to Reservoir resident Jeanne Peters December 18, 2020
Pharmacists Bob Atighechi and MaryLou Galushko provide a COVID-19 vaccination to Reservoir resident Jeanne Peters December 18, 2020

Fast forward a few weeks later. Despite the holidays Bob has worked nearly every day, generally starting around 8:00 a.m. and returning home at 7:30 p.m. “We provide about 130 vaccinations daily in nursing homes throughout central Connecticut. They’re relieved and appreciative,” he explains. 

“I have to admit that the idea of receiving a new vaccination was a little bit unnerving despite the amount of education,” explains Amy Peruti, Director of Nursing at Hughes Health & Rehabilitation in West Hartford. “Bob’s confidence and friendliness were a calming force and truly set the stage for a great clinic day.”

Pharmacists Bob Atighechi and MaryLou Galushko applauding Reservoir resident Margaret Dubois who is receiving a COVID-19 vaccination
Pharmacists Bob Atighechi and MaryLou Galushko applaud Reservoir resident Margaret Dubois who received a COVID-19 vaccination December 18, 2020

In the weeks ahead, CVS Health expects to vaccinate up to four million residents and staff at over 40,000 long-term care facilities across the country.
 
But Bob, who has been with the company 14 years, worries. He knows firsthand the exacting toll Coronavirus has already taken on this vulnerable population. In one facility it was whispered that 60 of the 200 residents died from the disease – grandmothers, grandfathers, sisters, brothers – people who were loved. Less talked about, he says, is the fear and stress that have forced staff to retire early – leaving resident care in some locations to just a handful. 

But, what nags him most is the hesitancy. “Only 60 or 70% of the population we see are taking advantage of vaccinations. We need to reach everyone to be effective.” 

He hopes confidence will grow, making way for CVS Health to be able to quickly provide vaccinations to the general population. Among them, his elderly parents in California and eventually his teenagers.

When that day comes, Bob will be there, working to ensure people are safe. “I never dreamed I’d be part of something this important. It really is, you know.”

Thank you, Bob, for bringing your heart to work and offering hope to our loved ones in long-term care.

Heart At Work recognizes CVS Health heroes across the country who bring their hearts to work, helping people on their path to better health. Read their stories, watch their videos and celebrate our CVS Health Heart At Work heroes along with us!

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CVS Health collaborates with Cancer Treatment Centers of America to provide in-home chemotherapy

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Coram, CVS Health’s infusion care business, will administer cancer treatment at home for eligible CTCA patients

Home-based chemotherapy is a convenient, accessible way to help avoid unnecessary risk or exposure to COVID-19 from inpatient or in-office cancer care

Woonsocket, R.I. — CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) announced today it is working with Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) to increase access to chemotherapy at home for eligible, fully insured patients. Together, the companies are focused on minimizing patient exposure to COVID-19 from inpatient or hospital outpatient settings during the ongoing pandemic while ensuring continuity of critical cancer care. The program leverages Coram’s home infusion capabilities, coupled with training in chemotherapy administration based on Oncology Nursing Society guidelines, harnessing CTCA’s expertise as a top oncology care provider to give patients who may have delayed their care due to COVID-19 the flexibility to receive treatment from the safety and comfort of home. 

“The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for immunocompromised patients with cancer looking for ways to safely continue their care, while minimizing their exposure to the virus,” said Sree Chaguturu, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of CVS Caremark and CVS Specialty. “This collaborative arrangement with Cancer Treatment Centers of America allows us to combine our unique expertise in home infusion and clinical oncology to help more patients access treatment from the safety of their home.”

Clinically eligible and fully insured CTCA patients with a range of cancers, including breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, head and neck cancers, and some genitourinary cancers on particular chemotherapy/immunotherapy medications, will begin their first cycles of infused chemotherapy in the hospital or outpatient care center, and, if tolerated over a number of months, can be transitioned home for continued infusions. Once home, patients will receive in-home Coram nurse visits to administer the therapy, paired with regular telehealth visits and digital therapeutic check-ins with their CTCA clinician, care team, pharmacists and other clinical staff as needed. More information is available at www.cancercenter.com/oncology-clinic-at-home.

“Putting patients first has been our philosophy for over 30 years, and working together with CVS is an extension upon in which we can better meet their needs, especially in light of a pandemic. For a variety of reasons, COVID-19 has caused far too many people to skip or delay treatments. We’re seeing a 50% reduction in infusions, and, while a slight delay in treatments may have been appropriate at the pandemic’s onset, data is now pointing to increased mortality risk with every month of delayed care,” said Dr. Chevon M. Rariy, M.D., CTCA telehealth program director. “We’re proud to be working with Coram to provide home infusion of cancer treatment that prioritizes the safety of patients, their families and health care workers.” 

In collaboration with CTCA and their approach to quality, safe care, coupled with more than 35 years of infusion expertise, Coram has the ability to reach 97 percent of the U.S. population. The program is being piloted in the Atlanta market and will expand to other geographies over the next few months to help increase access to important home-based cancer care during and beyond the pandemic. More information on the steps that CVS Health is taking to address the COVID-19 pandemic is available at the company's frequently updated COVID-19 resource center.

About CVS Health

CVS Health is a different kind of health care company. We are a diversified health services company with nearly 300,000 employees united around a common purpose of helping people on their path to better health. In an increasingly connected and digital world, we are meeting people wherever they are and changing health care to meet their needs. Built on a foundation of unmatched community presence, our diversified model engages one in three Americans each year. From our innovative new services at HealthHUB locations, to transformative programs that help manage chronic conditions, we are making health care more accessible, more affordable and simply better. Learn more about how we're transforming health at www.cvshealth.com.

About Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) is a national oncology network of hospitals and outpatient care centers offering an integrated approach that combines surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and advancements in precision medicine with supportive therapies to manage side effects and enhance quality of life during treatment and into survivorship. CTCA® publishes treatment results bi-annually including patient experience, length of life, quality of life, patient safety and quality of care. CTCA also offers qualified patients a range of clinical trials that may reveal new treatment options supported by scientific and investigational research. CTCA patient satisfaction scores consistently rank among the highest for all cancer care providers in the country. Visit cancercenter.com for more information.

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Maggie Naples
CVS Health
401-302-2390
maggie.naples@cvshealth.com

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