MQM: Health Analytics
Why MQM: Health Analytics
Health care is changing. Technology is evolving at a rapid pace and data analytics is becoming a cornerstone of decision processes. I have always believed in lifelong learning and staying relevant in my industry. Developing expertise in analytics and applying that to management issues is part of continued career growth. Duke University is a leader in business education and a leader in health care; what better place to learn quantitative management and health analytics?
I have recently completed service at a local hospital as chairperson of surgery. I currently run an orthopaedic hand practice as the managing partner. I manage the strategic plans and operations of the practice and am also taking care of patients.
I hope to take my career experience and meld it with health care analytics to make better decisions for my current practice and to improve our delivery of care. As my career evolves, I plan on using my skill sets to contribute to the greater health care industry.
You will get out of the program what you put into the program. Learn about your teammates, both strengths and weaknesses, and work towards contributing to the improvement of each team member and yourself. You can learn so much from your fellow teammates and classmates. Some of the best discussions I’ve had involved sharing different professional experiences with one another.