Some consumers have an understanding of and appreciation for the importance of supply chains. However, most also take for granted that a supply chain performs flawlessly. Over many years, we have been lulled into a false sense of supply chain stability and security. From the consumer perspective, this belief is primarily the result of a product being immediately available when we shop or having it delivered the next day to our doorstep from a fulfillment center. When this happens, the obvious conclusion is, “it must be working.” The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic challenges conventional wisdom related to the resiliency and agility of the supply chains in health care and many other industries.