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. Correction: Interdisciplinary collaboration in the treatment of alcoh…

    Kools, N., Dekker, G. G., Kaijen, B. A. P., Meijboom, B. R., Bovens, R. H. L. M., & Rozema, A. D. (2022). Correction: Interdisciplinary collaboration in the treatment of alcohol use disorders in a general hospital department: A mixed-method study. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 17, [64].
  2. Interdisciplinary collaboration in the treatment of alcohol use disor…

    Kools, N., Dekker, G. G., Kaijen, B. A. P., Meijboom, B. R., Bovens, R. H. L. M., & Rozema, A. D. (2022). Interdisciplinary collaboration in the treatment of alcohol use disorders in a general hospital department: A mixed-method study. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 17, [59].
  3. Destination unknown: Parents and healthcare professionals' perspectiv…

    Peters, V., Bok, V., de Beer, L., van Rooij, J., Meijboom, B., & Bunt, J. E. H. (2022). Destination unknown: Parents and healthcare professionals' perspectives on transition from paediatric to adult care in Down syndrome. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.
  4. The degree of service modularity: Implications from complex healthcar…

    Peters, V., Meijboom, B., Caspers, E., Bunt, J. E., Bok, V., Van Steenbergen, M., de Winter, P., & de Vries, E. (2022). The degree of service modularity: Implications from complex healthcare services. 1-10. Paper presented at EurOMA 2022, Berlin, Germany.
  5. How service modularity can provide the flexibility to support person-…

    Bartels, E. A., Meijboom, B., Nahar, L. M. W., & de Vries, E. (2021). How service modularity can provide the flexibility to support person-centered care and shared decision-making. BMC Health Services Research, 21(1), [1245].

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