The Healthy Hawaiʻi Strategic Plan 2030 (HHSP) is a roadmap for preventing and reducing the burden of chronic disease in our state. The HHSP provides a comprehensive roadmap to ensure that all residents of Hawaiʻi can live healthier lives without complications from chronic disease. The HHSP addresses the social determinants of health and achieving health equity through its focus on policy, systems, and environmental change in the four sector areas (Community Design and Access, Education, Health Care, and Worksite). The objectives assume there will be collective effort by partners to change policies, build health sustaining environments, and create meaningful connectedness across systems.
You can find the full HHSP 2030 Report in HHM. Here are some of their objectives for 2030:
- Establish and sustain a funded, statewide Asthma Control Program Coordinator position to address the
burden of asthma in the State of Hawaiʻi.
- Develop at least one multi-island, small media campaign to increase awareness about each of the
following topics: cancer as a chronic disease; the importance of family history for cancer; clinical
trials; palliative care and hospice; prostate cancer; and cancer survivorship and issues faced by cancer
- Enact at least two statewide policies to increase access to healthy food and/or decrease access to unhealthy food/beverages.
- Increase by 50 miles, the total miles of low-stress pedestrian infrastructure including, but not limited to,
sidewalks and trails.
- 100% of eligible school-based clinics will become Vaccines for Children providers.