Blending medicine, business and technology to advance quality,
affordable, equitable 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.

For health care, business and tech professionals from diverse backgrounds who work full time

MCiM specifically recruits students who represent intellectual, demographic and cultural diversity across clinical, non-clinical and technical backgrounds. The resulting cross-disciplinary collaboration is an essential feature of the program.

A rigorous yet flexible program focused on highly applicable skills

MCiM is a 12-month degree program with a curriculum that blends the rigor 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.

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

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Committed to inclusive and transformational leadership in health care

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.

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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

“There’s a shared excitement about the material. We all have different interests, but we all contribute to the discussion.”

Bernardita Guridi Ruiz-Tagle
Hospital industrial engineer
MCiM Class of 2022

“It’s exciting that the people I’m working with are the ones I want to learn from. As an investor, you can get siloed into a certain way of thinking. The diversity of views helps everyone think through problems differently.”

Amanda Way
Cancer-focused venture capital investor
MCiM Class of 2022

A One-Year Management Degree Designed for Working Professionals

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Applications for the 2022-2023 Cohort are Now Open!

Build new capabilities with immediate impact that position you for new leadership roles.

MCiM is currently accepting applications for the 2023-24 Cohort

Students accepted to the 2023-2024 Cohort will begin their studies at Stanford in the Summer Quarter starting June 2023.

MCiM is currently accepting applications for the 2022-23 Cohort

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