The Alaska Scorecard is a valuable tool to compare the most current Alaska data to the most current U.S. data in areas important to Trust beneficiaries including health, safety, living with dignity, and economic security.
The Scorecard includes data and information on 23 indicators and 5 conditions relevant to beneficiaries as well as prevalence estimates for the beneficiary population. The Scorecard employs standard criteria to report whether an indicator is marked as “satisfactory,” “uncertain,” or “needs improvement.”
The Scorecard was researched and produced by a group of leaders and planners representing the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, and related state agencies, boards, and commissions.
Tracking the same indicators each year enables the Trust, in partnership with DHSS, to examine outcomes and monitor progress over time.
You can view the most recent update to the Scorecard, as well as prior versions, here.