Every decade, Healthy People makes numerous changes based on years of feedback from a diverse group of individuals and organizations.
For Healthy People 2030, the biggest change is that we’ve reduced the number of objectives. With fewer objectives, we avoid overlap and prioritize the most pressing public health issues — and make it easier for you to find the objectives that are relevant to your work.
To help you continue your work in the new decade, we’ve created a tool that labels each Healthy People 2020 objective as retained (with data that can be compared across decades), modified, related, or removed, and directs you to any similar objectives in Healthy People 2030.
Learn more about Healthy People 2020 objective labels
|No changes from Healthy People 2020 to Healthy People 2030 for objectives that have data and are not archived. Data for these objectives can be compared across decades.
|Some changes from Healthy People 2020 to Healthy People 2030 for objectives that have data and were not archived in Healthy People 2020. Data for these objectives can’t be compared across the decades.
|These objectives are related, but data are not available across decades (because of a developmental or research objective status in one or both decades) — or because the Healthy People 2020 objective was archived. Learn more about objective types.
|These objectives were not carried forward from Healthy People 2020 to Healthy People 2030 as core, research or developmental.
Search Healthy People 2020 objectives to find their Healthy People 2030 equivalents
Find Healthy People 2020 objectives by objective number (like “AHS-6.1”) or by keyword (like “asthma”).