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1 Introduction
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... includes a conceptual framework, a broad list of objectives organized by topics (objectives expected to be finalized by HHS in early 2020) , and ultimately, a smaller set of high-level priority measures called Leading Health Indicators (LHIs)
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... . THE COMMITTEE'S APPROACH After starting its work in January 2019, the committee held three information-gathering meetings between February and May 2019 -- two were web-based and consisted of presentations from HHS and the leader­ ship of the SAC and its relevant subcommittees, and one meeting took place at the Keck Center of the National Academies in Washington, DC, and included speakers from HHS and the SAC, as well as national experts on health metrics and data sources.1 In addition to these, the committee held 19 virtual meetings to deliberate about report findings and recommendations.
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... Although it did not have the time or resources for a systematic search of the literature, the committee's information gathering involved a wide-ranging literature search. Sources included the reports and summaries of meetings of the SAC; presentations and materials from three information-gathering meetings; past Healthy People reports; articles from peer reviewed journals; reports, briefs, and white papers; and past reports from National Academies consensus committees.
From page 12...
... Another graphic, the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Framework, offers an ecological model-informed framing of what it calls "levels of influence" along the top of the table -- individual, interpersonal, community, and societal -- and the "domains of influence" in the left-hand column -- from the biological to the built environment.3 The set of LHIs proposed in this report is different from the HP2010 and HP2020 sets in several ways: it is reflective of the HP2030 Framework, it contains fewer measures of specific health conditions, and it is less closely linked with health care delivery system metrics and capabilities.

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