Learn about Duke’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program at an open house Fri., April 3 at 8 a.m.-1 p.m. in Hock Building, CRTP Classroom.
The MMCi program is designed to meet the need for informatics-trained clinicians, IT professionals, and administrators. MMCi offers a unique curriculum of health informatics and business to give its graduates the skills to thoughtfully consider how informatics and technology are used in health care and to address the challenges of cost and quality.
The Department of Medicine, in partnership with PDC and the health system, will cover the cost for Medicine faculty members selected to participate in the program.
The MMCi program is offered for working professionals with classes every other Friday and Saturday for 12 months, on-site at Duke. The program is currently accepting applications for August 2015 start.
Learn more at http://www.dukemmci.org/
- Fri., April 3, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Hock Building, CRTP Classroom
- Drop-in, meet MMCi faculty and current students
- Duke employee program scholarships are available
- Currently accepting applications for August 2015 start
For more information contact Randy Sears, MMCi Operations – firstname.lastname@example.org