About MMCi

Cutting-edge health care is more than simply employing state-of-the-art clinical care, facilities and equipment. It’s an evolution that relies upon new technologies and skills like data collection and analytics, predictive medicine and health IT to improve access to quality care at high speeds and low costs.

As the industry continues to evolve, there is an overwhelming need for health care professionals who have the multidisciplinary expertise to manage and lead data-driven innovation in institutions around the world.

Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) is a program specifically designed to impart this expertise to individuals interested in a variety of health care disciplines. 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.

For more information about the Duke MMCi program or to get in touch with our faculty and staff, contact us at: mmci@duke.edu

  • Over the years MMCi has consistently seen highly successful transitions for our graduates.  Salary increases range from a minimum of 20% to a maximum of over 200% in some cases.
  • In 2021 our average salary increase was 54% and in 2022 our average salary increase was 93% over all levels; entry level to physicians for those who were seeking a new role.
  • Graduates tend to be promoted quickly and consistently, usually every 2 to 4 years.
  • Graduates continue to grow in their career with each job change after graduation some changing two or three times post-Program completion until they reach the highest level of leadership and compensation in their chosen companies.
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