Our Speakers

Move to Value Virtual Summit

October 14, 2021 10 A.M. – 3 P.M.

The Move to Value Summit has assembled an impressive list of speakers who will meet you where you are on your journey to value. 

Throughout the summit, you’ll hear updates on social determinants of health and how these impact the provider, how health equity is a necessity for benefitting population health, and best practices for incorporating these variables into a care plan. The topics at the Summit are relevant, timely, and critical to success in this new age of health care.

Our Hosts

Yates Lennon, MD, MMM, President of CHESS Health Solutions

Yates Lennon, MD, MMM, is the President of CHESS Health Solutions , a Winston-Salem, NC based organization that collaborates with providers and health systems to transform patient care from a fee-for-service to a fee-for-value payment model. During his tenure he has led a period of growth at CHESS from 80,000 patients in value-based agreements in 2018 to over 200,000 lives in 2021. He also leads the CHESS MSSP and NextGen Accountable Care Organizations.

Dr. Lennon has a deep understanding of operations and how to engage physicians and staff. His expertise allows him to develop initiatives that assist providers in transforming patient care. An Ob/Gyn by training he began his administrative career by working to improve the patient experience. He also has a wealth of experience in Quality. He joined CHESS in 2018 as the Chief Transformation Officer. Dr. Lennon received his Masters in Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University in May 2017.


Kelly Garrison, MBA, MHA is the President & CEO of Emtiro. She brings over 13 years of healthcare experience from a variety of different backgrounds including, Quality, Provider Network Development, Operations, and Informatics. She has worked in a variety of settings throughout the healthcare industry including inpatient, outpatient, and community-based settings. Through her experience in both hospital and community settings, she has developed a desire to support all sectors of health care with innovative models to drive improvement. Kelly earned a certificate from NC State University in Lean Healthcare and a certificate from The University of Virginia in Business Strategy. She completed a dual Masters program, earning a Masters in Business Administration and Masters in Health Administration from Pfeiffer University, and has a BS in Sports Medicine from Lynchburg College. Kelly serves on the Board of the Forsyth County School Health Alliance and the School Health Advisory Council.


Scheduled to Present

Alice Bonner, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been a nurse practitioner for over 30 years. She is currently Adjunct Faculty and Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing CAPABLE Program, and Senior Advisor for Aging at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). Dr. Bonner received an A.B. from Cornell University in 1979, a BSN from Columbia University in 1981, an MSN from University of Massachusetts – Lowell in 1989 and a PhD from the University of Massachusetts Graduate School of Nursing in 2008. From 2015-2019, Bonner served as Secretary of the Executive Office of Elder Affairs for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. From 2011 to 2013, Dr. Bonner served as Director of the Division of Nursing Homes in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in Baltimore, MD. Her research interests include home and community-based programs, nursing home quality, nursing workforce development, preventing and ending elder mistreatment, and preventing and ending homelessness for older adults.


Kinneil Coltman, DHA, is senior vice president and chief community & social impact officer for Atrium Health, one of the most comprehensive and highly integrated not-for-profit healthcare systems in the nation. As a member of the senior leadership team, Dr. Coltman is responsible for developing a unified social impact strategy to advance the well-being of communities that Atrium Health serves by improving healthcare access, addressing social determinants of health and advancing health equity. Dr. Coltman’s areas of responsibility include Community Health, Community Engagement & Corporate Responsibility, Health Equity and Social Strategy & Impact. Dr. Coltman has nearly 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, having devoted most of her career to leading diversity and health equity initiatives. She joined Atrium Health in 2016 and, prior to her current role, served as vice president and chief diversity officer. Before joining Atrium Health, Dr. Coltman held dual appointments as Chief Diversity Officer for Greenville Health System, now known as Prisma Health, and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville. Dr. Coltman earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, a Masters in cross cultural studies from the University of Houston –Clear Lake, a Doctorate of Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina, and was a Fellow in the Health Research and Educational Trust’s Cross Cultural Leadership Fellowship, sponsored by the American Hospital Association.


Kathleen Colville, MSW, MSPH, President and CEO of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine, is shaping health policy in North Carolina by identifying solutions to the state’s health challenges. Our work has helped to improve the health and well-being of North Carolinians and positively changed how health care is delivered. She earned a bachelor’s degree in comparative literature from Brown University and masters degrees in social work and public health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a PhD candidate in public administration at North Carolina State University, where her research is focused on the policy process and the Medicaid program. She serves on the UNC Greensboro Public Health Education Advisory Board and serves as a board member for Impact Alamance, AuthoraCare Collective, Guilford Community Care Network, and the United Way of North Carolina. Colville most recently led the Healthy Communities department at Cone Health, one of North Carolina’s largest health networks, in Greensboro. In her role as director, she led teams that improved access to health care for the most vulnerable members of the Guilford, Forsyth, Rockingham, Alamance, Randolph, Caswell, and surrounding communities.


Jasmine Harris, MSW, LCSW, is leader in social work for CHESS Health Solutions. She earned her BSW from NC State University in Generalist Practice in 2010. She completed the Advanced Standing MSW program with concentration in Community, Management, and Policy Practice from UNC Chapel Hill in 2015. She has experience working with families in various areas including Health Surveys, Geriatrics, Homelessness, Addiction Recovery, Employment Assistance, Meals on Wheels, Integrated Care, Financial & Housing Counseling, as well as work as a Community Guardian.

Deborah Paone, DrPH, MHSA is Implementation & Evaluation Director-CAPABLE for Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) and Performance Evaluation Lead & Policy Consultant to the Special Needs Plan Alliance (Washington, DC). She also maintains her consulting practice in healthcare evaluation and innovation through Paone & Associates, LLC, (Minneapolis, MN) a firm she founded in 2002. For Johns Hopkins, Dr. Paone provides leadership and technical guidance to organizations implementing and evaluating CAPABLE. For the SNP Alliance, Deborah leads quality measurement work, analyzes policy and regulation related to Medicare Advantage health plans and special needs populations, facilitates leadership groups, and develops recommendations to improve how the Medicare and Medicaid programs address the needs of complex and at-risk populations. Previously, Deborah held senior level positions with the National Chronic Care Consortium (Vice President for Member Services and Senior Research Associate) and the American Hospital Association (Director of Aging and Long-Term Care Services-Chicago). Deborah is a member of the CMS/RAND Technical Expert Panel on Medicare Stars (2018-2022) and of technical expert panels on social determinants of health and quality measurement for the National Quality Forum (2019-2021). She is an evidence-based program reviewer for the U.S. Administration on Aging and a peer-review researcher for Frontiers in Public Health. Deborah bridges research, practice, and policy environments, working with other leaders toward more connected systems of care and social support for older adults, caregivers, and people with disabilities. Dr. Paone has a Doctor of Public Health (University of North Carolina-Chapel-Hill), a Master of Health Services Administration (University of Michigan), and a Bachelor in Gerontological Issues in Community Health (University of Rochester, NY).

Erika Ferguson Walsh, MPP, serves as the Director of the Office of Healthy Opportunities for the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. In this role, she leads the Department’s comprehensive strategy to effectively deliver health, not just health care by addressing the medical and non-medical drivers of health including housing, food, transportation and interpersonal safety. Erika has served in a variety of capacities across health, human services, and community-based services, including positions at Duke University, the World Health Organization, and managing a homeless service organization. Erika holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health and Duke University and a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.