Duke University Health System offers three two-year fellowship programs:

 

Duke University Hospital Administrative Fellowship

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Duke Revenue Cycle & Financial Management Fellowship

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Duke Primary Care Physician Network Management Fellowship

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Established in 1980, the Duke University Hospital Administrative Fellowship Program provides essential leadership and management training that contributes to the growth and development of health care early careerists with an interest in hospital operations.  

Established in 2006, the Duke Revenue Cycle and Financial Management Fellowship provides similar training that contributes to the growth and development of health care professionals with an interest in patient revenue cycle operations and corporate finance.

Established in 2016, the Duke Primary Care Physician Network Management Fellowship Program provides exposure to physician practice and network management through shadowing opportunities and meaningful project work that pairs practice management concepts with strategic network and Duke Health System initiatives.

An expansive network of alumni from each fellowship program exists within the health system, which serves as an excellent source of mentorship, support, and insight.   

Each two-year program allows fellows to learn in a dynamic, responsive, and challenging environment while increasing their level of responsibility as they progress throughout the 24 months.  Senior leadership and administration are dedicated to each program and provide mentorship at both the personal and professional level to each fellow.  This is reflected in the direct reporting relationship of fellows to the program preceptors:

  • President, Duke University Hospital
  • Chief Operating Officer, Patient Revenue Management Organization
  • Chief Operating Officer. Duke Primary Care

Requirements

Duke University Health System seeks diverse, masters-prepared individuals that have completed the degree requirements for CAHME, AACSB, CEPH, and/or AUPHA-accredited Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA), Masters in Business Administration (MBA), or equivalent graduate program(s).  Qualified applicants are motivated team players, have foundational knowledge in the core competencies of healthcare administration, and strongly desire to develop both personally and professionally.