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1 Introduction
Pages 5-10

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... . The National Academies committee was given the following Statement of Task: The Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, requests that the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convene an ad hoc committee to assist in the development of Leading Health Indicators (LHIs)
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... This report lays the groundwork for the second report, which will provide additional comments about the HP2030 objectives from which LHIs are to be selected, and will recommend a slate of LHIs. At the time the National Academies committee began its work in late 2018, the Secretary's Advisory Committee on National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for 2030 (SAC)
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... Overarching goals: Attain healthy, thriving lives and well-being, free of prevent able disease, disability, injury, and premature death. Eliminate health disparities, achieve health equity, and attain health literacy to improve the health and well being of all.
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... REFLECTIONS ON THE HP2030 FRAMEWORK The SAC's Recommendations for the Healthy People 2030 Leading Health Indicators (2018a) described the HP2030 Framework as "a foundation for the criteria for selecting LHIs for the Healthy People 2030 initiative." In the same report, the SAC stated that it was proposing "criteria for selecting Healthy People 2030 LHIs that are informed by the Healthy People 2030 Framework,1 including the vision, mission, foundational principles, overarching goals, and plan of action." The National Academies committee recognizes that the HP2030 Framework has built considerably on the foundation of previous Healthy People efforts by broadening the conceptual framing of the initiative to strengthen the emphasis on health equity; expand the consideration of the social, environmental, and economic determinants of health; and add the useful and multidimensional notion of well-being.
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... In defining health equity as "the principle underlying a commitment to reduce -- and, ultimately, eliminate -- disparities in health and in its determinants, including social determinants," Braveman (2014) referred to Healthy People 2020 as the first time that a federal government entity defined health disparity with specificity.

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