Dr. Ash Barve earned her Bachelor of Dental Medicine and Surgery in 1999, and her MMCi degree in 2019.
Chris Vail, PA, MMCi Class of 2012 shares his journey as Director of Clinical Informatics for Duke Surgery
In this recorded session hear from Chris Vail, PA, MMCi Class of 2012 as he shares his journey as Director of Clinical Informatics for Duke Surgery.
Dr. Misra serves as Director of Digital Health for the American Medical Association (AMA). He is an associate professor of medicine and health administration at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, specializing in internal medicine and health informatics.
Hear from Laura Roe from the FDA about her career path and the MMCi degree program in this recorded session.
One of the things that COVID has taught us is how inadequate our systems are to meet the requirements of a pandemic, including just the exchange of information.
In this prerecorded webinar you’ll learn more about admission to the MMCi program as well as hear from a panel of alumni.
With the healthcare industry constantly changing, Monica Card, a Revenue Cycle Manager for Duke University Health System, knew there was a need to advance her existing knowledge in the areas of business and IT.
“I’ve always loved team building and communicating with teams, and this was a different kind of team with doctors, nurses, health care administrators, IT personnel, business leaders and more,”
The classes from MMCi help me understand how to use IT from a business perspective. I now take the IT knowledge I have and make it meaningful and actionable.
Dr. Bedoya was the first fellow that piloted the Clinical Informatics Fellowship. The Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program is the educational component of the Fellowship. Since graduating from MMCi in 2017, Dr. Bedoya was selected as the first Medical Director for Duke’s Analytics Center of Excellence (ACE) team.