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Master of Management in Clinical Informatics

Our unique one-year master’s degree program teaches students how to design better and more efficient patient care, using computer science, clinical data, and information technology. It’s designed for:

  • Physicians
  • Clinicians
  • Business professionals
  • IT professionals
  • New graduates

Pack light! The class is a blended format for working professionals:

Upcoming Events

May
13
Thu
6:00 pm Thought Leader Series – Dr. Stacy Wood
Thought Leader Series – Dr. Stac...
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Thought Leader Series – Dr. Stacy Wood
The Beyond Politics: Using Consumer Behavior Theories to Promote Covid Vaccination and Other Healthy Choices in a Pandemic Dr. Woods will discuss the benefits of marketing behavioral theories in promoting healthy choices during Covid-19. Many[...]
May
26
Wed
6:00 pm Thought Leader Series – Rob Goodwin, Pfizer Vice President
Thought Leader Series – Rob Good...
May 26 @ 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm
Join us for this session in our Thought Leader Series and hear from Rob Goodwin, Pfizer Vice President, Operations Center of Excellence. Sign up below to receive the meeting details. Your Name (required) Your Email[...]

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One Weekend A Month At Duke for One Year Plus Online / Remote Learning

MMCi Class of 2021 Students, Dr. David Theil and Jackie Theil travel to Arusha, Tanzania. They with partnered with One World Relief and Plaster House to provide surgical repair for children with cleft lip and palates in October 2020.

Dr. David Theil and Jackie Theil
Dr. David Theil and Jackie Theil

Ed HammondA 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. He currently serves as Director of the Duke Center for Health Informatics and MMCi Director. We recently interviewed Ed to discuss his views on lessons learned from COVID, how the use of informatics, AI and robotics can address future healthcare challenges, and his advice on how to have a long and successful career. Click below to read the interview!

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