Upcoming Events and Announcements

Register now for The Disparities Solutions Center’s November 27th MassHealth TA Informational Webinar!

The Disparities Solutions Center’s experience in improving quality and achieving equity positions us to provide expert technical assistance to Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) as part of the MassHealth DSRIP TA Program. We look forward to putting our expertise in race, ethnicity, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, and social determinants of health data collection, as well as performance measurement and monitoring, to work supporting your goals. This webinar will showcase our work and track record, highlighting our tools and approach to health equity. The webinar will be held on Tuesday, November 27th from 11AM-12PM. 


Click here to register for the November 27th, 2018 11AM-12PM MassHealth TA Informational Webinar!


The Disparities Solutions Center has been selected as a Technical Assistance Vendor for the MassHealth DSRIP TA Program!

The Disparities Solutions Center is pleased to announce that we have been selected as a Technical Assistance Vendor for the MassHealth Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Technical Assistance (DSRIP TA) Program and the TA Marketplace. MassHealth, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program, has partnered with Abt Associates Inc to manage the TA Program. The program provides Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Community Partners (CPs) with resources and support in nine domains to strengthen their ability to improve MassHealth member health outcomes and experience. The DSC was selected through a highly competitive process to provide targeted TA in the performance improvement domain to ACOs and CPs throughout Massachusetts. Our organization’s profile can be viewed on the MA DSRIP TA Marketplace here, and additional information on the DSRIP TA program is available here.


APRIL 13, 2018

Betancourt Day

JB day award
Dr. Joseph Betancourt giving a speech after receiving his Proclamation at the Boston Public Health Commission board meeting.