Healthy People 2000

Healthy People 2000

Public health A series of health goals promulgated by the US Public Health Services that provides insight into the state of American health; the priorities include health promotion–ie, targeting risk behaviors and health protection, which includes environmental or regulatory measures that confer broad-based protection, as well as preventative services and surveillance systems, addressing numerous specific issues. See Mortality, YPLL.
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(Services 1985) (Services, Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Ojectives 1990)
The 1979 Surgeon General's Report, Healthy People, and Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives both established national health objectives and served as the basis for the development of State and community plans.
In 1990, a second set of national targets for health was released: "Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives" (Healthy People 2000, n.d.).
Healthy People 2000, 2010, and 2020 identified quality of life improvement as a central public health goal (2).
It's still possible for the United States to reach the Healthy People 2000 target of smoke-free indoor work sites in all 50 states by 2020, the report said.
Categories: Health, Child care programs, Children, Dental fees, Dental insurance, Dental services, Dentists, Disease detection or diagnosis, Federal regulations, Federal/state relations, Health care programs, Health resources utilization, HHS Healthy People 2000 Program, HHS Healthy People 2010 Initiative, Medicaid, Medical services rates, Monitoring, Oral health, Standards, State programs
In the United States, the major national-level plans to promote health are Healthy People 2000, (U.S.
The Federal Government through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) established a blue print for improving the health of society referred to as "Healthy People 2000." It was a huge document that set forth a number of objectives for improving the health of society by the year 2000.
That rate is a far cry from the Healthy People 2000 objective of no more than 3 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births, Dr.
(11) The Healthy People 2000 (12) initiative called for "at least 90% of all children entering school programs for the first time to receive an oral health screening" with appropriate referral for follow-up treatment and services.
Results indicate that on average, cities and their suburbs met or made progress toward meeting Healthy People 2000 goals for infant mortality, AIDS, tuberculosis, syphilis, and homicide between 1990-1999 and 1999-2000.
The report is part of Healthy People 2000, an HHS-led effort to set health goals for each decade and then measure progress toward achieving them.

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