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Massachusetts General Hospital/Disparities Solutions Center: Disparities Leadership Program
Posted: September 24, 2017
The Disparities Leadership Program (DLP) is a year-long, hands-on executive education program focused exclusively on helping health care leaders achieve equity in quality. The program is designed to help you translate the latest understanding disparities into realistic solutions you can adopt within your organization.
The DLP aims to create leaders prepared to meet the challenges of health care transformation by improving quality for at-risk populations who experience disparities. The program has three main goals:
The Disparities Solution Center (DSC) has the unique advantage of eleven years of experience developing, coordinating and operating the DLP, the only program of its kind in the nation. To date, the DLP has trained eleven cohorts that include a total of 378 participants from 172 organizations (89 hospitals, 41 health plans, 20 community health organizations, 5 professional organizations, 2 hospital trade organizations, 1 school of medicine, 2 dental benefits administrators, 1 federal government agency, 1 state government agency, 1 city government agency, and 9 others) representing 32 states, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Canada and Switzerland.
Deadline to submit Intent to Apply (recommended but not required) is November 17, 2017.
Read more on MGHDisparitiessolutions.org.