Accelerating the Promise of Health Equity
Health inequity is embedded in our communities. A problem centuries in the making, it is complicated and complex. And while solving this problem is complicated, it is not impossible. The Chartis Just Health Collective is focused on creating a liberated healthcare system free of bias, discrimination, and disparities—resulting in equitable health for all.
Belonging in Health and Healthcare
People have an 'inherent' desire and need to belong. This human experience is true for healthcare consumers and those who treat them. Both are important stakeholders in advancing health equity and belonging (the intersection of equity + diversity + inclusion). Healthcare organizations must chart a new course and collaborate with multi-sector partners to create a society and healthcare system that gives employees a sense of inclusiveness, consumers a sense of trust, and everyone a fair and just opportunity to achieve optimal health.
The Chartis Just Health Collective is here to help build a just healthcare system that is fair, impartial, and representative of its community—creating a healthier world for all.
The Collaborative Journey Toward Results
Let’s accelerate the journey toward health equity and belonging. Together, we can make our communities and healthcare system equitable for everyone. We can help you with:
Setting the Health Equity Agenda
Our health equity diagnostic assessment will guide the board, CEO, and executive team on an effective health equity agenda that leads to the development of a prioritized and curated strategic roadmap.
Pursuing Equity-Informed Organizational Transformation
We collaborate with teams across the organization to implement a comprehensive health equity roadmap and advance a liberated healthcare system free of bias, discrimination, and disparities. For organizations not ready for enterprise transformation, we collaborate with specific departments or business units to implement health equity integration projects focused on health equity improvement and disparities mitigation.
Achieving Equitable Health for Communities
We unite community, philanthropic, government, and business stakeholders to initiate bold and systemic change for location-based transformation.
Meet Our Chartis Just Health Collective Leaders
Duane Reynolds, MHA
Duane Reynolds, MHA, is President of the Chartis Just Health Collective. Recognized by countless organizations as a change maker within healthcare, Duane has helped to lead the national conversation around health equity and belonging. His work is illuminating new perspectives and helping others connect the dots between the future of healthcare delivery and value transformation.
Kathy Poston is a Principal and Vice President of Engagement at Chartis Just Health Collective (CJHC). With a career spanning more than 25 years in healthcare, Kathy has extensive experience partnering with executive and senior leaders to advance their health equity and belonging initiatives for transformational change.
Krista D. Stepney, MHA
Krista D. Stepney, MHA, is a Principal and Vice President of Operations at Chartis Just Health Collective (CJHC). She brings over 15 years of healthcare and professional experience and is a sought-after leader for organizational change management using an equity-based framework.
Atul Pathiyal is a Director and President of the Payer Advisory Services practice at Chartis. He has more than 25 years of advisory experience spanning the payer-provider continuum with a particular focus on designing new business models that harness the massive shifts shaping the healthcare industry.
LaTonya O’Neal is a Principal in the Chartis Revenue Cycle Transformation practice. LaTonya is an accomplished revenue cycle leader with more than 30 years of healthcare experience in the areas of Patient Access, Health Information Management, Coding, Clinical Documentation Integrity, and Patient Financial Services.
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