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Bert Meijboom

prof.dr.ir.

  • Warandelaan 2, Koopmans Building, room K 928

    5037 AB Tilburg

    Netherlands

1983 …2020

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Research interests

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.

Career

  • 2015-present Endowed Chair Organization of Health Care Chains, Tilburg University
  • 1994-present Associate professor Organization & Strategy, Tilburg University
  • 1988-1994 Heineken, operations research & information management
  • 1986-1988 consultant in company for decision support systems
  • 1982-1986 PhD Student, Tilburg University

Teaching

Various undergraduate courses covering the following subjects: operations management, physical distribution, international location decisions, industrial organization, strategic management, organizational design, economic approaches to organizations

Awards:

  • Nomination for 'Best Teacher in the Faculty' (October 1999)
  • Quality Award Teaching (April 2000)
  • Best Master Teacher Award (December 2009)
  • Excellent Teacher Award based on performance in the course 'Physical Distribution Management', program 2008-2009
  • Excellent Teacher Award based on performance in the course 'Physical Distribution Management', program 2010-2011
  • Excellent Teacher Award based on performance in the course 'Organisatie van de Onderneming in the Business Economics track, program 2012-2013
  • Excellent Teacher Award based on performance in the course Distribution Management in the Master Supply Chain Management, program 2016-2017
  • Excellent Teacher Award based on performance in the course Distribution Management in the Master Supply Chain Management, program 2017-2018

Current courses

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PhD supervision

Promotor of

  • L. Schipper (June 2016 ): Challenges of access: Client and provider perspectives on the access process to long-term care for older people
  • E.S. van Gils-van Rooij (June 2016): The paradox of urgent care collaborations
  • V.J.T. Peters (May 2016 - present): Down Syndrome care from a service modularity perspective: The role of interfaces.

Co-promotor of

  • C. de Blok (September 2010): Modular care provision: A qualitative study to advance theory and practice
  • H. Drewes (November 2012): Understanding how to improve chronic care: Using variation to gain insight
  • B. Wouterse (June 2013): Economic consequences of healthy aging

External positions

Guest professorship (Ghent University)

1 Mar 2020 → …

Post-doctoral seminars for managers in healthcare (Erasmus Centrum voor Zorgbestuur)

1 Jan 2005 → …

Keywords

  • Supply Chain Management (Scm)
  • Logistics
  • Health Care Management
  • Health Care Organisation
  • Service Modularity

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