OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) Commissioner Glen Mulready provided an update on the CVS/Caremark resolution for 90-day prescriptions on Friday.

The OID said in their most recent update that all impacted out-of-state clients have been offered the option to reinstate the benefits for their Oklahoma members. 

Additionally, by July 31, 2023, 79% of the Oklahomans covered by clients who elected the CVS’ solution will have 90-day mail order prescription access. This percentage excludes clients who have opted out of the solution to implement a 90-day mail and retail benefit and those members who are terminating coverage.