MCiM’s world-class learning experience is based on a focused, highly applicable interdisciplinary curriculum designed for working professionals poised to transform health care and care delivery through the power of digital technology.
MCiM is uniquely focused on the management of clinical informatics within health systems, life sciences businesses, start-ups, and healthcare-focused technology organizations. Blending core business disciplines with data and health technology and ethics, the MCiM curriculum prepares you to straddle the distinctive worlds of medicine, business, and technology and to master the complexities of the $4 trillion US health care system.
You will build core business and management skills, coupled with key insights into technological solutions, by learning to:
- Develop and apply business models, clinical informatics tools, and ethics insights to a variety of scenarios and settings in organizations ranging from health care-focused technology start-ups to large, established health systems.
- Acquire the knowledge and tools to successfully design, implement, and manage digital innovations to improve the cost-effectiveness and the quality of patient care.
- Deploy new management skills to lead multidisciplinary teams in data analytics and data science, medicine, and business in your own organization and across institutions.
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MCiM faculty are Stanford thought leaders across medicine, business, and technology who are affiliated with leading Stanford research centers and departments integrated into MCiM:
MCiM is an intense but achievable academic experience whose flexible format is ideal for working professionals:
- Blending on-campus learning and networking with flexible, online coursework, the program is designed to be completed in only 12 months while accommodating fulltime work schedules.
- In-person classes meet every other weekend (Friday and Saturday) on the Stanford campus to minimize lost workdays, to build community, and to network with Stanford faculty and fellow students. On-campus sessions include breakout sessions, guest lectures, and team-building opportunities.
- During the last two quarters, students engage in a practicum that apply learnings in a read-world setting.