With Help From Kentuckians, State Agency Seeks To Improve Website

Jul 26, 2013

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The agency that's home to most of Kentucky's human services and health care programs is seeking public input to help reconstruct its website. The state Cabinet for Health and Family Services is offering an online survey for Kentuckians to fill out. Cabinet officials are seeking feedback on how to improve the usability and features of the agency's website.

Kentuckians have until Aug. 1 to fill out the online survey that can be found at http://chfs.ky.gov/online_survey .

Cabinet Secretary Audrey Tayse Haynes says the goal is to build an improved website that's easier to use and better equipped for the large number of people served.

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete.

The cabinet's programs include Medicaid, the Department for Public Health and the Department for Community Based Services.