Healthy People 2030

Indicators and Objectives Align With DNPAO’s Work

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Healthy People 2030external icon is a Department of Health and Human Services project to set data-driven national objectives to improve health and well-being over the next decade. It includes 355 core, measurable objectives.

Leading Health Indicators

Of the core objectives, a subset of 23 leading health indicatorsexternal icon is meant to help organizations, communities, and states focus their resources and efforts to improve the health and well-being of all people. Four leading health indicators are directly related to the work of CDC’s Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity (DNPAO):

In addition to the leading health indicators, the objectives below are related to DNPAO’s work.

Research Objectives

Overall Health and Well–Being Measures

Overall health and well-being measuresexternal icon are broad, outcome measures intended to assess the Healthy People 2030 visionexternal icon — a society in which all people can achieve their full potential for health and well-being across the lifespan. Unlike the leading health indicators and core objectives, these measures do not have targets.

Well-Being

  • Overall well-being [Data not yet available] – OHM-1

Healthy Life Expectancy

Mortality and Health Summary

Objective Code Abbreviations
  • A – Arthritis
  • DO – Developmental Objective
  • ECBP – Educational and Community-Based Programs
  • EMC – Early and Middle Childhood
  • MICH – Maternal, Infant, and Child Health
  • NWS – Nutrition and Weight Status
  • OA – Older Adults
  • OHM — Overall Health and Well–Being Measures
  • PA – Physical Activity
  • RO – Research Objective
  • SH – Sleep Health