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CoxHealth Clinics with Expanded Hours

May 11th, 2022 in News

Great news! These CoxHealth clinics have expanded hours to help serve patients better. Click the links below for more information and directions. Read More

 

World Immunization Week

May 3rd, 2022 in News

The last week of April is World Immunization Week – when we take time to recognize the vaccines that help protect people around the world and promote long life for all. Immunizations are invaluable for protecting us from vaccine-preventable diseases. This is especially important for diseases that have no cure, such as polio. The more people who get vaccinated against a disease, the closer we come to eliminating it. For example, smallpox has been eliminated due to widespread immunization efforts. Read More

 

Get Active

April 15th, 2022 in News

According to Health.gov, only 20% of U.S. adults and adolescents get the recommended amount of physical activity. Currently, the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends at least 150 to 300 minutes of moderate-intensity activity each week, as well as muscle-strengthening activities 2 days per week. Read More

 

Prevent Problems by Managing Diabetes

April 1st, 2022 in News

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, it is important to properly monitor and manage your health in order to prevent related health conditions from developing. Common problems that can develop from poorly managed diabetes include: Read More

 

What To Know About Getting a Colonoscopy

March 21st, 2022 in News

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National Kidney Month

March 8th, 2022 in News

March is National Kidney Month, so it’s a great time to learn more about our kidneys and how to keep them healthy. Read More

 

Reducing Sodium in Your Diet

February 21st, 2022 in News

Watching your sodium intake is important for your health. Eating large amounts of salty foods can make the body hold onto extra water, which can cause blood pressure to rise. It can be especially important to be aware of salt if you are someone who has high blood pressure already, also called hypertension. Controlling your blood pressure can help keep from causing added stress on your heart which can lead to other health problems.  Read More

 

Stress Management for Heart Health

February 11th, 2022 in News

February is American Heart Month, and this year we want to focus on managing stress for a healthy heart. Read More

 

Grapefruit Interactions With Some Medications

February 7th, 2022 in News

Grapefruits are a popular choice for those looking for healthy snack options in the new year. However, grapefruits and grapefruit juice can interact with certain medications. Read More

 

Tools to Fight the Omicron Variant

January 17th, 2022 in News

The recent surge of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 is due to how easily this variant spreads. But there are things you can do to help! Protect your loved ones and help keep vital community functions running smoothly – like hospitals and other essential businesses Read More

 

Does COPD affect your Quality of Life?

January 3rd, 2022 in News

According to recent data from the CDC, Missouri has a higher rate of people with COPD compared to other states. In the survey, Missourians diagnosed with COPD said that their condition limits their activity and affects their mental health – both of which can affect quality of life. If you suffer from COPD “flare-ups”, also known as exacerbations, which cause you to go to the Emergency Room or be admitted for inpatient care, you should know that a doctor may be able to help you find better ways to manage your COPD and keep you out of the hospital. Medications that reduce your flare-ups can improve your quality of life and may be covered by your plan benefits. Read More

 

How to Access Information

December 17th, 2021 in News

At Cox HealthPlans, we want to make accessing your health plan information as easy as possible. Read More

 

How to Obtain an Interpreter

December 7th, 2021 in News

Cox HealthPlans, and CoxHealth, uses InDemand interpreting services that provide over 200 languages at no charge to you. All interpreters are medically certified to translate for all your healthcare needs. Read More

 

Are You Shopping for Healthcare Coverage?

November 8th, 2021 in News

November 1st kicks off the open enrollment season! This is the time to enroll in, or renew, your health plan coverage. Read More

 

Take a Breath…and Control of Your Asthma

October 12th, 2021 in News

Asthma is a condition that currently affects over 25 million adults and children in the US, and according to the CDC, over 10 million had at least one asthma attack in 2019. During an asthma attack, the airways of the lungs swell and constrict. Symptoms can include reoccurring episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, or coughing at night. Read More

 

Statins for Cardiovascular Health

September 28th, 2021 in News

Statins are drugs that can lower your cholesterol, which can decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke. Sometimes, a statin can still be helpful for you even if you don’t have high cholesterol. Read More

 

Monoclonal Antibodies for High-Risk Covid-19 Positive Patients

September 24th, 2021 in News

If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19, one of the first questions you may have is, What can I do to reduce the risk of getting sicker? The good news is, there are treatments that may reduce that risk. Depending on your age, health history, and how long you’ve had symptoms of COVID-19, you may qualify for a promising form of treatment for the disease. It’s called monoclonal antibody (mAb) treatment. Read More

 

What is an Advance Directive?

September 14th, 2021 in News

Advance Directives are legal documents that allow you to give directions about your future medical care in the event you become mentally or physically unable to communicate your wishes. CHP encourages every member to complete an Advance Medical Directive. These forms offer peace of mind for your future medical care. You can find thorough information, including frequently asked questions, forms, and directions, on the CoxHealth website at the link below. Read More

 

Get the Right Care, Right Now

August 27th, 2021 in News

Don’t know where to go after your Primary Care Physician office closes? As a valued Cox HealthPlans member, we are offering after-hours care options to make your health care as convenient as possible. Read More

 

New Cox Monett Hospital

August 18th, 2021 in News

At the new Cox Monett Hospital, you’ll find all the care you need in one place, close to home. At our new 100,000 square foot facility, you’ll find a full-service, Level 4 stroke and STEMI center emergency department, attached physician clinics, on-site surgery, sleep medicine, radiology with in-house MRI and a 64-slice CT scanner, pharmacy and diabetes care, as well as enhanced women’s care with 3D mammography and labor and delivery. The same five-star care you’re used to – at a new five-star location. Read More

 
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