Bio

Prof. dr. ir. Bert Meijboom is professor ‘Organization of Healthcare Chains’ since 2015. He participates in TRANZO, the Tilburg interfaculty research program on health care, to investigate networks and chains in cooperative health delivery efforts (e.g., integrated care, disease management). In the Department of Management at Tilburg University, his teaching activities include subjects such as industrial organization, operations management and physical distribution. As a follow-up to his 6-year industrial experience at Heineken Breweries (1988 - 1994), his research was initially concentrated on supply chain management and then evolved towards healthcare operations management.

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Recent publications

  1. My time or yours? Enriching service operations with intersubjective t…

    Gemmel, P., Meijboom, B., & De Regge, M. (Accepted/In press). My time or yours? Enriching service operations with intersubjective time. In Proceedings of the 28th EurOMA Conference: Managing the “New Normal”: The Future of Operations and Supply Chain Management in Unprecedented Times
  2. Application of the service modularity function in complex modular hea…

    Peters, V., Meijboom, B., Bunt, J. E., Bok, L., van Steenbergen, M., de Winter, P., & de Vries, E. (Accepted/In press). Application of the service modularity function in complex modular healthcare services. In Proceedings of the 28th EurOMA Conference: Managing the “New Normal”: The Future of Operations and Supply Chain Management in Unprecedented Times
  3. Improving customisation in clinical pathways by using a modular persp…

    Van Dam, A., Metz, M., & Meijboom, B. (Accepted/In press). Improving customisation in clinical pathways by using a modular perspective. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
  4. How service modularity can contribute to person-centered health care:…

    Bartels, E. A., Meijboom, B. R., Nahar, L. M. W., & de Vries, E. (2020). How service modularity can contribute to person-centered health care: A literature review. Paper presented at 27th European Operations Management Association (EurOMA), Online.
  5. Connecting with customers - The role of modular interfaces

    Peters, V., Meijboom, B., Bok, V., Bunt, J. E., van Steenbergn, M., de Winter, P., & de Vries, E. (2020). Connecting with customers: The role of modular interfaces. 381-390. Paper presented at Managing Operations for Impact, Warwick, United Kingdom.

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