Rob Handfield’s Vaccination Distribution Plan is to Work Backward from the Patient
Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management, believes that the best way to form a vaccine distribution logistics is to start with the needle going into the patient and working backward.
“You have to vaccinate the vaccinators,” said Handfield. “You’ve got to make sure they’re safe, get them personal protective equipment (PPE). You’ve got to give them a schedule of where to go and how long they’re going to be working.”
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