In 1998, leveraging a combined 150 years of service, Codman Square Health Center and Dorchester House Multi-Service Center (now DotHouse Health) formed what is now one of the strongest and most strategic partnerships in Boston. This collaboration, previously known as the Health Services Partnership of Dorchester and now more aptly named DotWell, quickly emerged as a cost-efficient way to provide management services to its founding organizations.

The health centers founded DotWell to provide state-of-the-art and enterprise-wide management support including a comprehensive IT infrastructure, a performance improvement framework and development.
DotWell has been recognized by The Boston Foundation and the Catalogue for Philanthropy as a model in the not-for-profit community for its ability to meet the complex needs of at-risk populations while realizing significant cost-savings.