Healthy People 2030

Since 1980, Healthy People has set measurable goals to improve the health and well-being of people nationwide. The initiative’s fifth iteration — Healthy People 2030 — builds on knowledge gained over the past 4 decades and addresses the latest public health priorities and challenges.

Healthy People 2030: 

  • Includes hundreds of evidence-based objectives organized into user-friendly topics
  • Provides resources and data to help health professionals and others address public health priorities and monitor progress toward achieving objectives
  • Has an increased focus on health equity and the social determinants of health

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The Diabetes Advocacy Alliance and Healthy People: Putting Diabetes on the National Agenda

This post is part of Healthy People in Action, a blog series highlighting how key partners use the Healthy People framework in their work, form cross-sector collaborations, and address social determinants of health to help achieve health equity.
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Health Literacy

One of Healthy People 2030’s foundational principles is to improve health literacy. This is especially important for the people who face the greatest challenges understanding complex health information.

Social Determinants of Health

Healthy People 2030 has an increased focus on how conditions in the environments where people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship, and age affect health.