Duke MMCi Admissions Q & A
Join us on for this online Q&A to learn more about the MMCi program.
When: Thu Dec 15, 2022 12:30pm – 1pm (EST)
Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) is a one-year master’s degree program specifically designed to develop multidisciplinary expertise in order to manage and lead data-driven innovation in institutions around the world. The program is an innovative extension of the Duke University School of Medicine, the world-class higher learning university renowned for its expertise in business, medical research, and clinical care.
Our unique program teaches students how to design better and more efficient patient care, using computer science, clinical data, and information technology. It’s designed for:
- Business professionals
- IT professionals
- New graduates
Pack light! The class is a blended format for working professionals:
- Once a month, students are on campus for Friday & Saturday,
- Online learning, and
- One Saturday a month, students join remotely.
Our alumni on their experiences in the MMCi program
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.