The MLPR features management rotations that are integrated into Duke’s clinical residency program, eliminating the need for residents to choose between pursuing a clinical or management track. Each MLPR management rotation is project-based, with a clear work product that can be produced in three to six months. In addition to their individual responsibilities, trainees typically work on a team with other senior health system management, and are fully engaged with the work of that group during the rotation.
Through rotation-based training, MLPR residents are immersed into a variety of disciplines including:
- Health system management and operations
- Financial management and planning
- Quality improvement and safety
- Health system strategy
- Health informatics
- Global strategy and business development
- Research enterprise management
- Clinical service enterprise management
- Supply chain management
The 2020-2021 MLPR Handbook & Course Catalog (.pdf) lists the MLPR rotations being offered in the 2020-2021 calendar year.