It's easy to enroll in the program. There is a checklist and contract that the county must fill out and return to NACo. Included with the contract on the 'checklist' are specific instructions on enrolling in the program. Rollout usually takes about 10 weeks from the date that NACo receives the contract.
During the 10 week process, the contract signed by the county is signed by NACo and then by CVS Caremark. The original copy is sent via express delivery service back to the county. The county receives a contact from a CVS Caremark representative for the program and they will go through the rollout process and will coordinate the county's free material development including your card brochures, posters and brochure holders as well as your web print-a-card function. The county's name and/or seal are featured on the card and all materials are printed and sent to the county in time for the launch date. Closer to your rollout date, CVS Caremark will notify all of your participating pharmacies about the rollout. The county also receives marketing guidelines and materials for pre-rollout, launch, and post-launch.
Note: Counties that choose to participate in the marketing fee reimbursement option will need to: fill out the checklist, sign Exhibit B and Rider 1 and submit all documents to the NACo office. If you choose not to participate in the marketing fee reimbursement option, you only need to sign Exhibit B and the checklist and send them in to the address on the checklist.
If you already participate in the program and wish to participate in the marketing fee reimbursement option, sign Exhibit B and Rider 1 and submit all documents to the address on the checklist.