Greenville Health System recently welcomed the fourth class of its Medical Scholars Program.

The five-week program, which took place every Friday between September 25 and October 23, educates participants about the changing healthcare environment and how GHS is helping to transform health care.

Topics discussed included population health management and medical neighborhoods, health care costs and what it means to be a health care value leader, and the importance of medical education and research in transforming the delivery of health care.

Class members included the following: Mike Baur, ScanSource; William Bridges, The Graham Foundation; Leslie Bailey Calicutt, Vic Bailey Automotive; Lillie Hall, DHEC Upstate; Kathy Headley, Clemson University; Jeff Herman, Wagner Wealth Management; Brian Hersey, community volunteer; Hank Hyatt, Greenville Chamber of Commerce; Mary Lou Merkt, Furman University; Wayne Roper, SCBIO; Cherington Love Shucker, Greenville Center for Creative Arts; Fabian Unterzaucher, Westin Poinsett; and Seph Wunder, Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, PA.

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