The NFL announced Tuesday that it would stop charging a fee for CVS appointments online, and instead allow customers to pay in cash.
The decision, announced Tuesday by NFL President Nick Caserio, comes a day after the league instituted a new online checkout system called CVSPay.
Previously, the NFL allowed CVS to charge customers a $2.99 fee for all of its appointments.
However, the league announced that the fee would be phased out by the end of the season.
The new system is expected to take effect on Sept. 5.
The NFL said it is providing CVS customers with free CVC (cost-based payment) for all online appointments.
The move is part of a broader effort to simplify and streamline the process of obtaining a CVS prescription and will help improve overall customer service.
For the past several years, the CVS Care network has offered CVS members an easy way to pay for health care online through CVS Pay.
Now, customers can pay with cash, debit cards, or by mail.
CVS has been offering a number of other online payment options over the past year, including a new payment option called CVCPay.
The CVSCare online payment option allows customers to get prescriptions from their CVS pharmacies and pay for them online with cash or cashiers checks.
CVCPasses are now available for customers to purchase a range of health care services, including dental, vision, prescription drugs, emergency room, and more.
The goal of the new online payment system is to make it easier for customers and physicians to shop for their prescription and make sure that their prescription is covered.
It’s a goal shared by many others in the health care industry, including the National Association of Dental Hygienists, American College of General Practitioners, and others.
“I believe that we need to bring a level of consistency to the process that we go through for patients to be able to get their prescriptions filled,” said Joe Czuczkowski, vice president of global health care solutions for the Association of Health Care Management Organizations.
“With CVSpay, we will no longer charge a fee, but instead offer an easy, convenient way for CVCPs to pay their prescriptions online.”