In partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP), the following webinars have been hosted to provide local health departments with context and examples for utilizing the Healthy People 2030 framework in their everyday work.
- In December 2020, HHS released the LHIs, which are a focused set of measurable Healthy People 2030 objectives chosen to communicate high-priority health issues and drive action to address them. They are used to assess the health of the nation, facilitate collaboration across sectors, and promote action at the national, state, and community levels to improve the health and well-being of all people. HHS/ODPHP and NACCHO hosted a webinar to highlight the importance of Healthy People 2030 and its implementation at the local level during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also shared previous Healthy People implementation successes, and proposed implementation activities for Healthy People 2030. View the recording of the webinar here, and review the slide deck here.
NACCHO and HHS/ODPHP hosted a discussion of how local health departments (LHDs) are working with community stakeholders to build partnerships around the social determinants of health (SDoH) and Healthy People 2030. This webinar provided a brief overview of SDoH and Healthy People 2030, specifically how it’s beneficial to moving work upstream, demonstrated how select Healthy People 2030 objectives are aligned with SDoH, and provided a platform for LHDs and CBO partner pairs to discuss their partnerships and the work that they have been able to accomplish to address the SDoH using the Healthy People 2030 framework. View the recording of the webinar here, and review the slide deck here.