Annual Reports - Healthy Minnesota Partnership

Healthy Minnesota 2020 Update:
Annual Reports of the Healthy Minnesota Partnership

2015 Healthy Minnesota 2020 Update (PDF)

In 2015, the Healthy Minnesota Partnership continued to implement the Healthy Minnesota 2020 Framework with activities including:

  • Identification of paid leave and transportation as a "strategic opportunities" to increase the opportunity of people in Minnesota to be healthy
  • Development of narrative frames and messaging on paid leave and transportation and health to advance a health in all policies approach
  • Engagement of Partnership members in a wide range of activities to implement the Partnership's dual strategies: changing the conversation about health and applying a health in all policies approach
  • An annual review of the key conditions for health and chronic disease and injury indicators. This activity is now completed in a timely fashion to inform the choice of the next year's strategic opportunities
  • Tracking of performance measures to monitor progress on Partnership activities

2014 Healthy Minnesota 2020 Update (PDF)

In 2014, the Healthy Minnesota Partnership continued to implement the Healthy Minnesota 2020 Framework with activities including:

  • Development of performance measures to monitor progress on Partnership activities.
  • Identification of minimum wage as a "strategic opportunity" to increase the opportunity of people in Minnesota to be healthy.
  • Development of narrative frames and messaging on income and health to advance a health in all policies approach to this strategic opportunity
  • Formation of "mini-partnerships" among the Partnership members and others to take action on the strategic opportunities.
  • An annual review of the key conditions for health and chronic disease and injury indicators.
  • Participation in the development of a report on health equity by the Minnesota Department of Health.

2013 Healthy Minnesota 2020 Update (PDF)

In 2013, the Healthy Minnesota Partnership began the work of implementing the Healthy Minnesota 2020 framework with activities that included the following:

  • A subgroup to promote and advocate that the opportunity to be healthy is incorporated and promoted in public and private policies
  • Partnership discussions, held with a variety of sectors, to bring attention to public health issues, monitor progress on statewide efforts, and promote efforts toward the Healthy Minnesota 2020 themes
  • An annual review of key indicators