CVS will stop filling Cerebral, Done Health prescriptions for controlled drugs

CVS Health, the largest pharmacy chain in the country, will no longer fill prescriptions for controlled drugs ordered by providers who work for telehealth companies Cerebral and Done Health, starting Thursday.

The pharmacy retail giant recently conducted a review of certain telehealth companies that prescribe controlled substance medications. “As a result of our being unable to resolve concerns we have with Cerebral and Done Health, effective May 26, 2022 CVS Pharmacy will no longer accept prescriptions for controlled substances issued through these companies,” a spokesperson said in a statement to Fierce Healthcare Wednesday.

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