Should 2030 LHIs Focus on Health Equity vs Disease Burden?
The US Department of Health and Human Services sets forth decadal targets for improving and acheiving health as a nation, prioritizing certain objectives or Leading Health Indicators (LHIs). For 2030, LHIs set forth include fewer goals related to specific diseases, clinical care, and behaviors, and focus more on well-being, countering adverse childhood experiences, health equity, social determinants of health, and public health expenditure.
The 2030 LHIs include fewer goals related to specific diseases and clinical care, and more on well-being, health equity, and social determinants of health. Are you for or against measuring national health in terms beyond diseases and behaviors?

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