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Julie Cox-Kain

Senior Deputy Commissioner

The Oklahoma State Department of Health

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Oklahoma Board of Nursing


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Oklahoma Board of Nursing

Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services Senior Deputy Commissioner Oklahoma State Department of Health


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News - Oklahoma Health Center Foundation

www.oklahomahealthcenter.com [cached]

Along with this new appointment, Cox-Kain was named as Senior Deputy Commissioner for the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Cox-Kain has served as Chief Operating Officer for the agency since 2009. Read More


www.cherokeephoenix.org

Others attending were CDC's director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS Jonathan Mermin, Oklahoma Department of Health Deputy Secretary Julie Cox-Kain, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Infectious Diseases Professor Douglas Drevets and OU Health Sciences Center Dean Gary Raskob.


www.cherokeephoenix.org

Others attending were CDC's director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS Jonathan Mermin, Oklahoma Department of Health Deputy Secretary Julie Cox-Kain, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Infectious Diseases Professor Douglas Drevets and OU Health Sciences Center Dean Gary Raskob.
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www.oeta.onenet.net

Governor Mary Fallin has turned thumbs-down on two key Obamacare provisions, the exchange and medicaid expansion, and today, we discuss what that decision means for health care in Oklahoma, with our guests: Julie Cox-Kain, Chief Operating Officer for the Oklahoma State Department of Health; Andrew Rice, former state senator and Executive Director of the Variety Care Foundation; Dr. David Holden, an orthopedic surgeon from Oklahoma City; and Dr. Boyd Shook, an internal medicine physician in Edmond.


www.tulsaworld.com

Julie Cox-Kain, chief operating officer of the State Department of Health, said only 10 percent of what contributes to a person's overall health involves access to treatment.
Some 40 percent involves the person's behaviors. The state's existing public health system can play an enhanced role in helping individuals and entire communities deal with health issues, set goals and get healthier, she said. Using diabetes as an example, she said the public health system could work with individuals to manage their weight to avoid the disease; for those who become diabetic, the system can teach them to manage the disease so that a chronic issue doesn't become an expensive acute one. Further, the system can effectively help entire communities set goals and take steps that will result not only in less diabetes, but more health, she said. "We want to create environments for people where they can be healthy," Cox-Kain said. "These efforts are meant to achieve both higher health outcomes and a decrease in the cost of health care." A healthier community means a healthier business environment, a healthier work force and a healthier state budget, she said. "If you can do those things, it helps the bottom line. It helps the state's bottom line, it helps businesses' bottom line," she said.


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