CVS pharmacies, along with those at Walmart, will no longer fill certain prescriptions. Gabby Jones for The Wall Street Journal p By Rolfe Winkler and Sarah Nassauer Updated May 25, 2022 9:47 pm ET print Listen to article (2 minutes) CVS Health and Walmart will stop filling prescriptions for controlled substances ordered by clinicians working for Cerebral Inc. and Done Health, the broadest curbs yet by major pharmacies against the telehealth companies following scrutiny of their prescription practices. A CVS spokesman confirmed the change, citing concerns with the two companies following a review it conducted. Cerebral had earlier disclosed the change to The Wall Street Journal. A Walmart spokeswoman said the retail giant is taking steps to no longer fill those prescriptions but didn’t elaborate on why it made the decision. Subscribe Sign In Continue reading your article with a WSJ membership View Membership Options Sponsored Offers Wayfair: Up to 15% off + free shipping at Wayfair TurboTax: Maximize tax deduction with TurboTax Deluxe H&R Block Tax: File your taxes online with H&R Block Target: Up to 60% off - Target Promo Code Samsung: 30% off smartphones + free shipping - Samsung promo code AT&T Internet: Only $65/Mo. for 500Mbps Fiber.