The Master of Science in Clinical Informatics Management (MCiM)
Developing Leaders to Transform Health Care
The Master of Science in Clinical Informatics Management (MCiM) is a unique degree program combining medicine, business and technology. MCiM prepares the next generation of leaders who can efficiently oversee and implement novel uses of technology within health care; gain core business skills, new health sector insights, and a management-focused and ethical understanding of digital innovations applied to the health care needs of diverse populations. The only cross-disciplinary program of its kind on the West Coast, MCiM cultivates a supportive learning environment to develop leaders who seek to advance diversity, equity and inclusiveness in health care– locally, regionally and globally.
Business and technology skills applied to digital innovations are critical to improving quality, equity and efficiency in health care — an imperative that COVID-19 has only underscored.
What makes MCiM a program that can uniquely serve and address your learning needs to transition into a role where you can harness the power of digital innovations to deliver high-quality, cost-effective health care?
MCiM is designed for individuals from a variety of backgrounds who share the drive to advance their careers and the passion to innovate the $4 trillion US healthcare system.
Covering three disciplines where women and underrepresented minorities are needed in leadership roles, MCiM is committed to developing a diverse cadre of Stanford-trained health care and technology leaders to advance diversity, equity and inclusiveness – locally, regionally and globally.
Looking to Learn More About MCiM?
MCiM is a 12-month degree program with a set curriculum that blends the rigour of a Stanford professional education with a flexible class schedule and learning format. Classes are held every other week, Friday and Saturday, and supplemented through online assignments and learnings. The program format is ideal for working professionals, with the majority of students completing the program alongside their full-time work.