Through our diversity, equity and inclusion training, facilitation, and knowledge collaboratives, we engage leadership across the organization to create capacity and sustainable change for your workforce, community, and patients.
Our multimodality learning enhances awareness, capacity, and behavior change in the domains of diversity, equity, inclusion, health equity, and racial and social justice. Whether it is in support of your transformational journey or as a standalone program, we can help you advance individual, interpersonal, organizational and system learning to achieve breakthrough performance and accountability.
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.
Mark Bourdenko is a Principal with Chartis. At Chartis, Mark has served leading academic health systems, community health systems, children’s hospitals, payers, and private equity investors across a range of strategic planning initiatives.
LaTonya O’Neal is a Principal with Chartis in the Revenue Cycle 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.
Paul Murphy is a Principal in the Informatics and Technology practice area within Chartis. Paul’s healthcare career has spanned 30 years, the last 24 of which have been focused in IT and operations advisory consulting.
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