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You can fill your non-injectable prescriptions or insulin at any in-network pharmacy with your CanopyCare HMO plan. If you give yourself injectable medication, talk to your doctor about refills.

How to use your CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy

You can reduce costs if you order up to a 90-day supply of your maintenance medication or insulin. Specialty Drugs, which are self-administered orally, topically, by inhalation, or by injection, are not available in supplies greater than 30-days, and are not available through CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy.

Use the CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy

Complete and mail in the CVS Caremark order form (PDF)


You or your doctor can call 800-875-0867. When you do, you'll need to know the drug name. Also, be sure and have the doctor's information handy:

  • Doctor's name
  • Doctor's phone number
  • Doctor's fax number (if available)

For more information on your pharmacy services, please refer to your plan's Evidence of Coverage. You may also call the number on the back of your member ID card.

Note: this program only applies to maintenance drugs. You can still fill 30-day, non-maintenance prescriptions at any pharmacy Health Net contracts with.

New prescription?

Follow these steps:

  1. Use this Drug List (PDF) to check for approved drugs.
  2. Find an in-network pharmacy.
  3. Lower your out of pocket costs. Ask for generic versions of brand drugs.