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Mission

The mission of CHFS is to deliver quality services that enhance the health, safety, and wellbeing of all people in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Vision

To become a recognized national leader in state-level health and human services through continuous quality improvement and accountability by:

  • Improving delivery of health and family services through quality customer service,
  • Promoting individual self-sufficiency and community sustainability for the betterment of the vulnerable population,
  • Fostering higher health awareness through education that engages all individuals and communities,
  • Enhancing use of technology to increase service efficiency and effectiveness,
  • Educating, empowering, and deploying a highly skilled workforce.
CHFS News
  • Public Health Urges Consumers to Avoid Unpasteurized Milk
    Tuesday, September 30, 2014
    The Kentucky Department for Public Health is warning consumers about the dangers of consuming unpasteurized milk as well as other products that could lead to disease-producing E. coli infection, following a recent outbreak in North Central Kentucky and the hospitalization of four children.
  • KHIE Unveils myhealthnow websit
    Thursday, September 18, 2014
    The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE) today unveiled a new tool to help patients access their personal medical records and information via the Internet. The project, a patient portal called myhealthnow, was previewed during KHIE’s annual eHealth Summit in Louisville.
  • KHIE Unveils myhealthnow website
    Wednesday, September 17, 2014
    The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE) today unveiled a new tool to help patients access their personal medical records and information via the iInternet. The project, a patient portal called myhealthnow, was previewed during KHIE’s annual eHealth Summit in Louisville.

 

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