Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) is a one-year master’s degree program that equips working physicians and clinicians, as well as business and IT professionals with the multidisciplinary expertise they need to design better, more efficient patient care.
- Online, on-campus (once a month), and peer-to-peer learning
- Immediately applicable world-class business and technology instruction
- Exceptional personalized professional development opportunities
Learn more how more MMCi will equip you for new leadership roles.
Reshape Your Career in a Year
February 29, 2024 | 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. (Eastern)
Registration coming soon
Led by a dedicated Career Coach through Seminars you will:
- Myers-Briggs Assessment
- Negotiation skills (in terms of salary, position and promotion)
- Building out your LinkedIn and networking via social media
- Professional speaking training, tips and critiques
- Interviewing techniques
- Etiquette dinner
The Center of Driving Innovation
MMCi graduates learn to understand their interests, develop their skills and the ability to articulate their passions and the value they bring to an organization. With the help of our dedicated Career Coach, you will sharpen your passion and hone in on the final challenge: Where do I go from here?
Patrick Thomas on AI
Patrick Thomas, MD, MMCi (LinkedIn) Talks about applying AI and other rapidly emerging technologies to surgery.
A Conversation with Ed Hammond
Ed Hammond, PhD, FACMI, FAIMBE, FIMIA, FDHL7, is a pioneer in the design and implementation of electronic health records and standards, and a distinguished leader in the field of health informatics. He earned his BS and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from Duke University, and has worked at Duke since 1960 in various roles.