Connecting Innovation, Education, and Collaboration

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:

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Round One Application Deadline: Jan. 16, 2022

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Upcoming Events

Nov
29
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6:00 pm Virtual Admissions Drop-In Q&A
Virtual Admissions Drop-In Q&A
Nov 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Learn more about MMCi in this virtual Q&A session. Register below to receive the details to join the Zoom meeting. Your Name (required) Your Email (required)
Nov
30
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12:00 pm Chat with the Director – Randy Sears
Chat with the Director – Randy S...
Nov 30 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
Chat with the Director - Randy Sears
Randy SearsOperations Director, MMCi Chat with Randy Sears, the Operations Director of MMCi in this webinar to learn more about the program. Register below to receive the details to join the Zoom meeting. Your Name[...]
Dec
13
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6:00 pm Why Duke MMCi?
Why Duke MMCi?
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Learn more about MMCi in this webinar. Register below to receive the details to join the Zoom meeting. Your Name (required) Your Email (required)
One Weekend A Month At Duke for One Year Plus Online / Remote Learning

Executives in Residence

John Reites

John Reites, Co-Founder and CEO Thread

Executive intrapreneur turned digital health entrepreneur, my career includes nearly 20 years leading global drug development, clinical research, and decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) for life science organizations.

As CEO of THREAD, I lead our global organization in achieving our 1/5/30 mission to modernize clinical research by offering biopharma and CRO customers one (1) comprehensive platform that is five (5) times more inclusive and makes research 30% more efficient. After co-founding and growing THREAD, we were acquired in 2019 by JLL Partners and Water Street with strategic investment for continued growth and focus on accelerating drug development for our customers.

Named one of the Top 100 Influencers in Digital Health, I also provide expertise and execution experience in digital health, clinical research innovation, and DCTs.

Learn more about John on LinkedIn.

Grace Terrell

Grace E. Terrell, MD, MMM

Grace E. Terrell, MD, MMM, is a national thought leader in health care innovation and delivery system reform, and a serial entrepreneur in population health outcomes driven through patient care model design, clinical and information integration, and value-based payment models. She is also a practicing general internist.

She has served as CEO of Eventus WholeHealth, LLC., a company focused on providing holistic care to medically vulnerable adults. She is the former CEO of Cornerstone Health Care, one of the first medical groups to make the “move to value” by lowering the cost of care and improving its quality for the sickest, most vulnerable patients, the founding CEO of CHESS, a population health management company, and the former CEO of Envision Genomics, a company focused on the integration of precision medicine technology into population health frameworks for patients with rare and undiagnosed diseases.

Dr. Terrell has served as vice chair of the U.S. DHHS’ Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee, the chairman of the board of the AMGA, is a founding member of the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center, and the co-author of Value – Based Care and Payment Models.

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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