Alaska’s state health improvement plan, Healthy Alaskans, is developed by teams from different sectors across the state of Alaska who are working in areas that impact health. The Healthy Alaskans effort is led jointly by the State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. The goal of Healthy Alaskans is to improve health and ensure health equity for all Alaskans through shared goals, united efforts, and collective accountability.
Healthy Alaskans 2030 is the latest iteration of the plan which contains 30 health objectives organized within 15 priority health topics. These priority health topics cover a wide range, from chronic disease to social determinants of health to environmental health and more. Each health objective has a target to reach by 2030 and a set of evidence-based and expert informed strategies that can be used to achieve it.
To help reach Alaska’s state health improvement plan targets, Healthy Alaskans 2030:
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