In the document, which has been under public consultation since Thursday, the target is a rate of 315 premature deaths, under the age of 75, per 100,000 inhabitants from all causes of death.
With regard to diseases of the circulatory system, the objective is to reduce the mortality rate to 246.5 per 100,000 inhabitants, a value that in 2019 stood at 324.9, according to the Pordata statistical project.
As for tumours of all types, the goal set by the end of this decade is to reduce mortality to 242.4 per 100,000 inhabitants, a figure that in 2019 reached 276.7.
In diabetes, the target for 2030 is 25.6 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, a figure that in 2019 reached 37.3, according to Pordata.
Regarding neonatal mortality, the goal is to reach the period 2028-2030 with a rate of 1.1 per 1,000 live births, which would imply a reduction of six tenths of a percentage compared to the value of 1.7 verified in 2020.
In infant mortality, the goal is to reach 2028-2030 with a rate equal to or less than 2.5 per 1,000 live births.
The Government states in the Health Plan that these goals are calculated "based on the average of the best performing countries".
Goals are also set to keep the number of cases of measles transmission at zero and the number of cases of congenital syphilis, neonatal tetanus and congenital rubella to "tend to be zero".
With regard to premature mortality, under the age of 75, the goal is for the overall rate to be 315 per 100,000 inhabitants (458 for men and 196.4 for women).
In diseases of the respiratory system, the objective is to bring the mortality rate down to 98.6 per 100,000 inhabitants or less, an indicator that in 2019 stood at 118.8.
As for breast cancer in women, there is a mortality rate of 25.1 per 100,000 in 2030, a reduction from the rate of 28 per 100,000 predicted by the Organization for Cooperation and Development for 2020.