Our Prescription Refill and Tracking tool, sometimes called “Rx Refill” or “Rx Tracker,” is a web-based service that helps you manage your VA prescriptions online. With this tool, you can: Refill your VA prescriptions online; View your past and current VA prescriptions; Track the delivery of each prescription mailed within the past 30 days
When you subscribe to VetRewards, our Prescription Drug Discount Card is provided at no additional cost as a benefit of your VetRewards CarePackage. When you show your card at your favorite pharmacy, you will save an average of 20% on your prescriptions, with some drugs discounted up to 65%.
Important Notice from VA About Your Prescription Drug Benefit and Medicare Please read this notice carefully and keep it where you can find it. This notice has information about your current VA prescription drug Benefit and new prescription drug coverage available January 1, 2006 for people with Medicare (Medicare Part D).
The VA Mail Order Pharmacy processes 470,000 prescriptions daily and every work day over 330,000 Veterans receive a package of prescriptions in the mail. The VA utilization of VA Mail Order Pharmacy results in exceptional accuracy and lower processing costs than filling prescriptions at each VA Medical Center.
The VA prescription drug benefit is part of a comprehensive medical benefits package that covers preventive and primary care, outpatient and inpatient services within the VA health care system. Any eligible veteran can enroll in system and use as few or as many of the medical benefits as desired. Eligibility
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Help for those with a Substance Abuse Problem. Some Veterans who return from combat have problems with use of alcohol, tobacco or drugs. This can include use of street drugs as well as using prescription medications in ways they weren't prescribed.
VETERANS' PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT PROGRAM. Who is Eligible. Eligibility, for most VA benefits, is based on service during war time and an honorable discharge from active military service or other than under "dishonorable" conditions.
The VA National Formulary is a listing of products (drugs and supplies) that must be available for prescription at all VA facilities, and cannot be made non-formulary by a Veteran Integrated Service Network (VISN) or individual medical center.
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