Topic: Healthcare Operations

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Healthcare Logistics Education and Learning Pathway

Acronym: HELP Project number: 2017-1-FI01-KA203-03472 Funding Body: European Commission – ERASMUS + Type of funding: Public Main Researcher: Rafael Diaz Start date: 1/09/2017 End date: 31/08/2020 Duration: 36 monthshttps://help-project.eu Project description The HELP project is supporting the implementation of reforms in line with the 2011 EU Modernisation Agenda’s priority areas by improving quality and relevance […]

Dr. Rafael Diaz

Professor of Supply Chain Management at the MIT-Zaragoza Program Rafael Diaz is PhD Program Director and Professor of Supply Chain Management at the MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program. He is also a Research Affiliate at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics. Previously, he has been a Research Associate Professor at Old Dominion University’s Virginia Modeling, [...]
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Improving Supply Chain Flows For East Africa

Official reference: FMI056/09 Funding Body: Government of Aragón Type of Funding: Public Main Researcher: Mozart Menezes Other Researchers: Gastón Cedillo Term: 05-15-2010 a 08-15-2010   Description In most for-profit organizations, a situation where two very distinct metrics are used to evaluate the overall performance of a supply chain is dealt by creating two different supply […]

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Forecasting for New Global Health Products

Funding Body: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Type of Funding: Private Main Research: Prashant Yadav, Laura Rock Kopczak Other Researchers: Noel Watson, Santiago Kraiselburd, Michael Laverty Term: 15/11/2008-15/05/2010 Project Description The main objective of this project will synthesize principles related to process, infrastructure, technology and intra- and inter- organizational relationships and structure, and inform recommendations […]

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Procurement and Supply Chain Management Capacity Building and Technical Assistance Programme (SCCBC)

Funding Body: Global Fund through the Society for Family Health (SFH) Main Researcher: Prashant Yadav/Noel Watson Other Researchers: Mozart Menezes Term: 14/12/2009-11/06/10 Project Description The activities of the Zaragoza Logistics Center in the project will consist in the following: Contributing to the design of a distribution system that manages to deliver Artemesinin Combination based Therapy […]

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Inter-and Intra-Country differential pricing for medicines: designing a study to understand the Techno Economic Feasibility and Implications of access

Funding Body: Department for International Development Main Researcher: Prashant Yadav Term: 15/08/2009-31/12/2009 Project Description The purpose of the project is to highlight the role of inter- and intra-country differential pricing and its impact on access to medications. It involves drawing an easy to understand picture of the methods, barriers and impact of differential pricing. The […]

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Analysis of the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain in the Gambia

Funding Body: Government of the Gambia Type of Funding: Public Main Researcher: Prashant Yadav Other Researchers: Laura Varela, Michael Laverty Term: April 2009-July 2009 Project Description The main objective of the project is to identify how the present policies, processes and approach to drugs management could be improved, to enable the pharmaceutical supply chain in […]

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Assesment of the Supply Chain for Pharmaceuticals and other Health Products in Jordan

Funding Body: World Bank Type of Funding: Private Main Research: Prashant Yadav Other Researchers: Simón Conesa Term: 24/02/2009-15/04/2009 Project Description A deeper and structured understanding of the supply chain for medicines in low and middle income countries represents an important gap in our current knowledge although such information is key to the development of remedial […]

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A comparative analysis of the consumer valuation of retailer return policies in United States, Netherlands and Spain

Funding Body: Fulbright Commission Type of Funding: Public Main Researcher: Michael Ketzenberg Other Researchers: Prashant Yadav Term: 20/10/2008 – 30/11/2008 Project Description Professor Michael Ketzenberg conducted a needs assessments, surveys, institutional or programmatic research in collaboration with Professor Prashant Yadav. Together they enganed in a comparative analysis of the consumer valuation of retailer return policies in […]

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Better Understanding the Role of Private Sector in Health Systems

Funding Body: The Rockefeller Foundation, Dalberg Global Development Advisors Type of Funding: Private Main Research: Prashant Yadav Other Researchers: Laura Rock Kopczak, Michael Laverty, Santiago Kraiselburd Term: 01/04/2008-31/10/2008 Project Description This study has two objectives: to provide an understanding of the current and potential role for the private sector in health supply chains to provide […]

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Consultancy for Analysis of MSF Spain stock levels for on-going projects and the option of creating a new distribution center in East Africa

Funding Body: Doctors Without Borders, Spain Main Researcher: Mozart Menezes Other Researchers: María Laura Varela Term: 01/10/2008-31/05/2009 Project Description This project will analyse the real needs of Doctors without Borders in terms of food and medications, as well as the best options for their distribution. The aim of the project is to review the current […]

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Pharmaceutical supply chain analysis-low and middle income countries

Funding Body: Department For International Development Type of Funding: Private Main Researcher: Prashant Yadav Term: 30/11/2007-31/08/2008 Project Description The purpose of this consultancy is to develop an analytic tool/framework for mapping the supply chain that can be used in MeTA countries. The framework will be developed and then tried in 2-3 MeTA countries as part […]

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Drug Resistance Working Group

Funding Body: The center for global development Main Researcher: Prashant Yadav Term: 01/11/2007-30/09/2008 Project Description The project has three main subjects that should be identified: The role of all the bodies that form part of the supply chain of certain products, paying attention to the markets of medications for tuberculosis and other antibiotics, and focusing […]

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HIV/AIDS Monitor

Funding Body: The center for global development Main Researcher: Prashant Yadav Term: 01/11/2007-30/09/2008 Project Description The project consists in studying the following objectives: Identifying the risks to which agents involved in the antiretroviral supply chain are subjected to in such a way that they undermine efficient behaviour and make access to said antiretrovirals less than […]