Highly applicable skills and insights that broaden your career opportunities

MCiM delivers the requisite technology, industry and management knowledge to lead transformative digital initiatives in medical, life sciences, start-up, and healthcare-focused technology organizations.

A rigorous yet flexible program designed for working physicians and other clinicians

MCiM is a 12-month degree program that blends the rigor of a Stanford professional education with a flexible learning format. On-campus classes are held every other week, Friday and Saturday.

A pathway to inclusive and transformational leadership 

The only cross-disciplinary program of its kind on the West Coast, MCiM’s learning environment reflects Stanford’s commitment to develop professionals who prioritize inclusivity and greater leadership diversity.

Join the program uniquely designed around the three priorities of Stanford Medicine’s strategy: Value Focused, Digitally Driven, Uniquely Stanford.

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A diverse and accomplished MCiM student community

Students and alumni are successful clinical, non-clinical, and technical professionals who represent a variety of backgrounds – an essential program feature that fosters cross-disciplinary collaborations.

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“Patients are falling through the cracks. It’s not usually a matter of negligence but rather problems with access and the fragmented delivery model. I felt I couldn’t start working on digital solutions to this crisis without a better understanding of the health care ecosystem.”

Rachna Saralkar
Bay Area psychiatrist
MCiM Class of 2022

A Technology-Focused Management Program for Clinicians

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Earn a groundbreaking Stanford degree in one year while working full time

Successfully translate digital innovations into improved patient care and clinical operations

Prior to coming to the program, I didn’t have high hopes that my career would be as fulfilling as I had originally imagined it to be when I first entered medical school. Physicians currently practice in an environment that is rampant with staff shortages, high rates of burnout and moral injury resulting from our inability to take care of patients in the way that is needed. Now I can see how the unique combination of business model innovation and technology can really achieve the healthcare system that we all want to work in, that can benefit both providers and patients. 

Angel Arnaout, Surgical Oncologist
Professor of Surgery, and Regional Director of Breast Care Quality in Eastern Ontario, Canada
MCiM Class of 2023

Apply by January 12, 2024 to be considered for the 2024-2025 cohort.

Questions about the program, financial aid, scholarships, and career paths? Schedule an appointment with an MCiM team member.

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Upcoming Event: 

Generative AI in Healthcare 

Upcoming Event

Register for this exclusive MCiM-hosted gathering of thought leaders, researchers, and practitioners at the forefront of AI innovation to explore algorithmic biases and fairness in AI-generated content.

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From Our Graduates: how the MCiM program fostered their growth in Healthcare. 

Our MCiM staff members also held a information session to discuss program logistics, the admissions process and answer live questions from the audience.

Expert Take: Stanford's View on Generative AI Ethics in Healthcare 

By tuning into this discussion, you will grasp the ethical considerations crucial for the evolving intersection of AI and healthcare, an understanding vital for aspiring informatics professionals. Dive into this conversation and enrich your perspective on this pivotal topic.