Healthy Alaskans 2020


Actions for Success


Team Organization


State of Alaska
Michael G Dickey, MPH
Public Health Quality & Performance Improvement Manager

Division of Public Health
3601 C Street, Ste. 756
Anchorage, AK 99503
(907) 269-3456

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium - Division of
Community Health Services

Diana Redwood, PhD, MPH
Senior Epidemiologist
3900 Ambassador Drive, Suite 401
Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 729-3959

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Healthy Alaskans 2020

Healthy Alaskans 2020 (HA2020) brings together partners from many sectors across the state to improve health and ensure health equity for all Alaskans through shared understanding, united efforts, and collective accountability.

Led jointly by the State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services and Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, HA2020 is a framework of 25 health priorities for Alaska. Each priority has its own target for improvement to reach by 2020. This framework is based on the latest scientific evidence and the input of Alaskans from communities across the state.

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new Regional Data Availability new

A new table offers resources for regional data for each of the 25 HA2020 Leading Health Indicators (LHIs). Some of the links lead directly to the regional data and others to sites where data can be pulled together. Note: Some regional data are only available through a data request.

Strategies, Actions, and Key Partners to Reach our 25 Health Improvement Goals

Strategies, Actions, and Key Partners to Reach our 25 Health Improvement Goals, is a compilation of 75 high level, evidence-based, health improvement strategies that support achievement of Alaska’s 25 leading health improvement goals. The document includes activities already underway and activities that are recommended but not currently funded. Additionally, this document identifies Key Partners from across Alaska who are contributing to the improvement of outcomes associated with the 25 Leading Health Indicators.

In addition to this document, each of the 25 Leading Health Indicators contained in this compilation document can be viewed and downloaded as separate documents: