Summary of Progress on Healthy People 2000 Goals
1. Physical Activity and Fitness
8. Education and Community
9. Unintentional Injuries
14. Maternal and Infant Health
15. Heart Disease and Stroke
17. Diabetes and Chronic Disease
19. Sexually Transmitted Disease
20. Immunization / Infectious Disease
21. Clinical Preventive Services
22. Surveillance and Data
The United States Public Health Service established goals in 1990 for the year 2000. These goals served to guide public health policy and funding allocations for research and promotions. While many goals were met, a large number in many of the categories were not met or were actually farther from the target. The information learned from these public health efforts will improve future public health initiatives. For example, new goals have now been established for the year 2010. The goals listed in each of the concepts reflect the updated goals from this document. For further information check the following web site.
National Center for Health Statistics. Healthy People 2000 Review 1995-96. Hyattsvill, Maryland: Public Health Service, 1996.