Annual reports of the Healthy Minnesota Partnership - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Healthy Minnesota 2020 update: Annual reports of the Healthy Minnesota Partnership

Healthy Minnesota 2022 update: 2018 annual report of the Healthy Minnesota Partnership (PDF): In 2018, the Partnership activities included:

  • Directing the development and publication of the 2022 Statewide Health Improvement Framework.
  • Developing a discussion guide to help multiple audiences to consider the 2017 Minnesota Statewide Health Assessment (SHA), which provides a picture of health and well-being across Minnesota.
  • Committing to housing as strategic opportunity.
  • Convening nearly 50 participants from across the state to develop frames around housing, homes and health as a means to advance a health-in-all-policies approach to housing.
  • Providing updates to the SHA through the collection and publication of primary data.
  • Updating the Partnership charge and charter document.
  • Preparing for state government administrative transitions after the 2018 gubernatorial election.
  • As part of the development of the 2022 Statewide Health Improvement Framework, updating its guiding principles, vision and values.

2017 Healthy Minnesota 2020 update (PDF): In 2017, the Healthy Minnesota Partnership continued to implement the Healthy Minnesota 2020 Framework with activities including:

  • Directed the development and publication of the 2017 Statewide Health Assessment, a picture of health and well-being across the state and within the communities of Minnesota.
  • Identified healthy food access as a strategic opportunity and developed narrative frames and messaging as a means to advance a health in all policies approach to this issue.
  • Continued discussion of the role of structural racism in health inequities.
  • Reviewed the key conditions for health.
  • Updated the Partnership values and principles.

2016 Healthy Minnesota 2020 update (PDF): In 2016, 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 two strategic opportunities to increase the opportunity of people in Minnesota to be healthy: incarceration and health, and burdensome debt and health.
  • Development of narrative frames and messaging on both incarceration and debt related to health as a means to advance a health in all policies approach to these strategic opportunities.
  • Ongoing discussion of the role of structural racism in health inequities.
  • An annual review of the key conditions for health and chronic disease and injury indicators.

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.