Physicians and Clinicians
Why Apply to MCiM?
Your Professional Profile
You are an early- to mid-career physician or clinician in a hospital system, university research center, or clinical practice, or in a start-up, pharma, device or other health care organization.
Your Goals and Interests
You seek to harness technology to improve clinical care and the business skills to successfully manage the changes. Additional training will bolster career and leadership opportunities, as well as meet professional development requirements, without compromising clinical or research work.
How MCiM Will Benefit You
- Acquire fundamental business skills, including financial management, accounting, strategy, marketing and patient engagement, that position you for mid- to high-level roles such as CMIO.
- Gain the skillsets to leverage data and technology tools to fulfill larger organizational and clinical practice goals, along with expert insights into the ethical applications of technology.
- Build the management skills to lead multidisciplinary teams to successfully implement digital innovations and execute organizational strategies.
- Continue to practice and research throughout the program – MCiM is the only Stanford professional education program designed for working health care professionals.
- Immediately apply in-class learnings at work to advance your organization and your career in an industry that values and rewards clinical informatics expertise.
- Expand your professional network as part of an exceptionally accomplished and diverse group of professionals and thought leaders in medicine, business, and technology.
Earn CME Credits
The MCiM program has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. The Stanford University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 324 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The Stanford University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
“The Masters in Clinical Informatics Management provides the perfect blend of technology, health care, and business to help physicians become transformative leaders that will shepherd in a more precise, proactive, efficient and empowering era of healthcare delivery."
Natalie M. Pageler MD, MEd
Chief Medical Information Officer, Stanford Children's Health, Clinical Professor of Pediatric Critical Care, Stanford University, Program Director, Clinical Informatics Fellowship, Stanford University