Indicator Topic Objectivea
Strategy 3-3: Ensure consistent nutrition labeling for the front of packages, retail store shelves, and menus and menu boards that encourages healthier food choices

50 Purchase of foods and beverages recommended in Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Increase purchases of reformulated foods that meet the definition in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans of foods and beverages people should consume in greater quantities and reduce purchases of items not recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Strategy 3-4: Adopt consistent nutrition education policies for federal programs with nutrition education components

51 Nutrition education policies for federal nutrition programs

Increase the proportion of states that adopt Supplementation Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) education component (SNAP-Ed) curricula that note which foods and beverages to increase (i.e., those recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans) and which to decrease (e.g., solid fats and added sugars)d

52 Purchase by SNAP participants of foods and beverages recommended in Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Increase the proportion of foods and beverages purchased by SNAP participants that are recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and decrease the proportion of foods and beverages purchased that are not recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
APOP GOAL AREA 4: HEALTH CARE AND WORKSITES
Strategy 4-1: Provide standardized care and advocate for healthy community environments

53 Community-based primary prevention nutrition-related services

Increase the number of community-based organizations (including local health departments, tribal health services, nongovernmental organizations, and state agencies) providing population-based primary prevention services in the following area: nutritionb

54 Community-based primary prevention physical activity-related services

Increase the number of community-based organizations (including local health departments, tribal health services, nongovernmental organizations, and state agencies) providing population-based primary prevention services in the following area: physical activityb

55 BMI measurement by physicians

Increase the proportion of primary care physicians who regularly measure the body mass index of their patientsb

56 Nutrition and weight counseling by physicians

Increase the proportion of physician office visits that include counseling or education related to nutrition or weightb

57 Physical activity-related counseling by physicians

Increase the proportion of physician office visits that include counseling or education related to physical activity
Strategy 4-2: Ensure coverage of, access to, and incentives for routine obesity prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment

58 Insurance incentives for healthful lifestyles

Increase the number of health plans that include incentives for maintaining healthful lifestylesd

59 Obesity screening and promotion strategies offered by health plans

Increase the number of health plans that promote obesity screening and preventiond

60 Obesity screening and prevention reimbursement strategies offered by health plans

Increase the number of health care plans that use innovative reimbursement strategies for screening and obesity prevention servicesd


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