CVS Health Unveils Curbside Pickup

CVS Health, a New England Council member, is launching a new service to make shopping at its almost 8,000 US stores even more convenient. CVS Express will allow customers to do all their CVS shopping without ever having to walk into a store.

To use CVS Express, customers will just have to download an app on their smartphones and then select the products they need in the app. The order will be sent to a nearby CVS pharmacy, where employees will prepare the order within an hour. When the customer arrives at the store, the app will automatically alert the store and an employee will bring the order to the customer’s car. The best part? The added convenience comes at no additional fee. CVS has already rolled out Express in select cities, and expects to offer it at almost all of its stores by the end of 2016.

“We believe digital tools are the key to making health care convenient, personal and affordable for our customers, and CVS Express is a perfect embodiment of our digital mission,” said CVS Health Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer Brian Tilzer.

The New England Council congratulates CVS Health on its latest healthcare innovation.

Read more about CVS Express in USA Today.

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