Healthy People 2010


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Health·y Peo·ple 2010

(helth'ē pē'pĕl)
Comprehensive, nationwide health promotion and disease prevention agenda by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; contains 467 objectives for improving health of all people in U.S. during first decade of 21st century.
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Comprehensive programs, as defined in Healthy People 2010, increased from 7% in 2004 to 17% in 2017.
In addition, Allan served as a grass roots liaison for the state of Maryland and as the AACN representative to the National Nursing Research Roundtable and the Healthy People 2010.
The Healthy People 2010 objective was to reduce the incidence of invasive S.
HHS published a series of Healthy People 2010 documents in the years leading up to 2010.
Despite being a goal of Healthy People 2010 for the 10 years leading up to 2010, disparities in health outcomes remain a major concern for public health professionals.
Healthy People 2010's (HP2010) goal was to reduce adult smoking to 12% or less.
"Healthy People 2010: Objectives for Improving Health" (Healthy People 2010, n.d.), released in the year 2000, combined and consolidated the previous Healthy People goals into two overarching goals: 1) increase the quality and years of healthy life, and 2) eliminate health disparities.
This edition places health care delivery in the context of current reforms and includes new ideas such as the medical home concept and initiatives such as Healthy People 2010, reform in other countries, high-deductible health plans, the state of employment-based insurance, patient-centered care, primary care, and expanded sections on health care professionals, chronic diseases, vulnerable populations, and clinical guidelines.
However, the rate fell far short of the Healthy People 2010 goal of 90% for pneumonia vaccinations in that age group, according to the latest News and Numbers from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Department of Health and Human Services' Healthy People 2010 agenda--is the fifth in a 10-year look at the status of women's health in this country.
The report from Rural Healthy People 2010 gives an estimated cost of tobacco mortality and morbidity treatment of 5073 billion dollars in medical costs (Stevens, Colwell, & Hutchison, 2010).
According to the federally funded Healthy People 2010 report, Americans need to reduce their saturated fat intake by 15 percent.

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