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Title: Healthy People 2010 and Steps to a HealthierUS: Leading Prevention


1
Healthy People 2010 and Steps to a HealthierUS
Leading Prevention
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services
2
Overview
  • Healthy People 2010
  • The Presidents HealthierUS Initiative
  • DHHS Steps to a HealthierUS Initiative

3
Relationship

Build a Healthier Nation
National Objectives
Focus on Prevention
4
Healthy People 2010
  • History
  • Goals
  • Approach
  • Implementation

www.healthypeople.gov
5
History
  • 1979-The Surgeon Generals Report on Health
    Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • 1980- Promoting Health/Preventing Disease
    Objectives for the Nation
  • 1990-Healthy People 2000
  • 2000-Healthy People 2010

6
Goals
  • 2 Goals
  • Increase the quality and years of healthy life
  • Eliminate health disparities
  • 28 Focus Areas
  • 467 specific objectives

7
Approach
  • A set of 10-year, evidenced-based disease
    prevention and health promotion objectives
  • The result of an extensive collaborative process
  • A systematic approach for promoting Healthy
    People in Healthy Communities
  • A comprehensive set of national objectives
  • Addresses all determinants of health
  • Measures health status

8
A Rich Data Resource
  • Healthy People draws from a variety of data
    sources
  • Healthy People reviews a large number of data
    points
  • Healthy People is the most comprehensive source
    of health data in the nation

9
Implementation
  • State Plans Go Iowa!
  • Consortium
  • Partnerships
  • Progress Reviews
  • Midcourse Review
  • Final Review

10
Midcourse Review Purpose
  • Report progress toward the national health
    promotion and disease prevention objectives
  • Opportunity to assess progress toward Healthy
    People 2010s two overarching goals
  • Reveals areas that are facing challenges

11
Federal Leadership for Healthy People 2010
  • Steering Committee Representatives
  • Administration on Aging
  • Administration for Children and Families
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • Health Resources and Services Administration
  • Indian Health Service
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
    Administration
  • Other Federal Departments
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • United States Department of Education

12
Relationship

Build a Healthier Nation
National Objectives
Focus on Prevention
13
Headlines
14
Trends in Obesity-Related Media Coverage
Note Figures represent IFIC tracking of U.S. and
International (English-speaking) wire reports and
print articles on the issue and do not
necessarily reflect the true number of stories.
15
HealthierUS
  • The Presidents Health and Fitness Initiative
  • Created by Presidential Executive Order June
    2002

16
HealthierUS Executive Order
  • Uses the resources of the Federal Government to
    alert Americans to the vital health benefits of
    simple and modest improvements in physical
    activity, nutrition and behavior.
  • Reinvigorated the Presidents Council on Physical
    Fitness and Sports
  • Directed federal agencies to work together and
    draw on their collective resources

17
HealthierUS Mission
  • Focus on four health pillars
  • Be physically active
  • Eat a nutritious diet
  • Get preventive screenings
  • Make healthy choices
  • To prevent disease, disability and death and help
    Americans lead safer, healthier, longer lives

18
Actions Around HealthierUS
  • Reinvigoration of the Presidents Council on
    Physical Fitness and Sports
  • Partnerships within the Federal Government
  • HealthierChildren and Youths
  • Public Health and Recreation
  • 5 A Day
  • Healthier Worksite Project

19
Federal Leadership for HealtherUS
  • Department of Health and Human Services (lead)
  • Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Defense
  • Department of Education
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Department of the Interior
  • Department of Labor
  • Department of Transportation
  • Department of Veteran Affairs
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • General Services Administration
  • Office of National Drug Control Policy
  • Office of Personnel Management

20
Relationship

Build a Healthier Nation
National Objectives
Focus on Prevention
21
Steps to a HealthierUS
  • History
  • Goals
  • Approach
  • Implementation

www.healthierus.gov/steps
22
History
  • Secretary Thompsons
  • Prevention Initiative
  • Envisions a nation where diseases are prevented
    when possible, controlled when necessary, and
    treated when appropriate

23
Chronic Disease Epidemic
24
Statistics
More than 1.7 million Americans die of a chronic
disease each year
Chronic diseases account for 75 of the 1.4
trillion we spend on healthcare
More than 125 million Americans live with chronic
conditions, and millions of new cases are
diagnosed each year
25
Steps-Goals
  • Reducing the Burden of Disease
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Cancer
  • Heart Disease and Stroke
  • Addressing Risk Factors
  • Physical Inactivity
  • Poor Nutrition
  • Tobacco Use
  • Youth Risk Taking

26
Steps-Approach
  • Community initiatives
  • Collaboration with the private sector, healthcare
    groups, and insurance systems
  • Cooperation among policy makers to invest in
    disease prevention and health promotion
  • Health promotion programs to motivate and support
    responsible health choices
  • State and federal policies that invest in the
    promise of prevention of all Americans

27
HHS Agencies Involved in Steps to a HealthierUS
  • Administration on Aging
  • Administration for Children and Families
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • Health Resources and Services Administration
  • Indian Health Service
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
    Administration

28
Steps-Implementation
  • Community Support
  • Fund Steps grants program to support
    public-private partnerships
  • Collaboration
  • Create synergy among HHS agencies/programs
  • Resources
  • Provide guidance, tools and expertise
  • Visibility
  • Increase awareness of the impact of chronic
    diseases
  • Policy
  • Support prevention and behavioral change

29
Steps-Nationwide Activities
  • Steps to a HealthierUS grant program
  • Steps Partnerships
  • Annual National Prevention Summit
  • Media coverage and publications
  • Reaching out to business leaders
  • Town hall meetings across the country

30
Steps-Grant Program
  • 5-year cooperative agreement program
  • Sponsored by HHS, acting through CDC and
    combining strengths and resources of all relevant
    HHS agencies and programs
  • Innovative and effective community-based chronic
    disease prevention and control programs
  • Evaluate using Healthy People 2010 objectives

31
Steps-Grant Interventions
  • Communities
  • Schools
  • Public/Private partnerships
  • Media and IT technologies
  • Supportive environments and social networks
  • Access and utilization of quality health care
    services

32
STEPS Awardees Representing 23 Communities
State-coordinated Small Cities/Rural
Communities WA 4 counties AZ 3
counties CO 4 counties NY 4 counties
Tribes/Tribal Entities Intertribal Council Of
Michigan
Large Cities/Urban Communities Seattle-King
County, WA Salinas-Monterey County,
CA Austin-Travis County, TX New Orleans, LA St.
Petersburg-Pinellas County, FL Boston,
MA Philadelphia, PA
33
Steps-Partnerships
  • Invitation to leaders in business, community and
    tribal organizations, and state and local
    government
  • A way to provide innovative opportunities to
    promote healthier living
  • Not a grant or contract award program

StepsPartnerships_at_osophs.dhhs.gov
34
Steps - Resources
  • Steps Portfolio the why, how, and what of
    disease prevention
  • Promise of Prevention
  • Prevention Strategies that Work
  • Prevention Programs in Action
  • HHS Report Prevention Makes Common Cents
  • The impact of poor health on businesses
  • Costs associated with preventable disease

www.healthierus.gov/steps
35
Public-Private Partnerships
HHS invites partners to participate in Steps to
a HealthierUS
36
Conference
37
Relationship

Build a Healthier Nation
National Objectives
Focus on Prevention
38
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