Personnel Management

  • Huajuan Mao
  • Weihui DaiEmail author
  • Haiyan Li


Personnel management constitutes an important part of endovascular device management and consists of three aspects, i.e., supplier management, device technician or nurse management, and patient management. It aims to ensure that the delivery, safekeeping, and use of devices can meet relevant requirements on safety and specialization; with the aid of information systems and intelligent technology, it also aims to enhance management efficiency, reduce losses and errors, provide more precise guarantee for clinical departments, and ultimately improve patient experience and satisfaction with medical services. This chapter provides a comprehensive elaboration on parties related to endovascular devices, i.e., supplier management, patient management, device platform and device technician management, and radiological safety management. To be specific, in the section of patient management, it introduces how to use neuromanagement to improve patient experience with medical services and promote the new concept of smart medical services. In the section of device platform and device technician management, it puts forward the construction of professional management platforms for endovascular devices and relevant requirements on device technician.


Endovascular devices Personnel management Device platform Neuromanagement Smart medical services 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Vascular SurgeryChanghai Hospital, Second Military Medical UniversityShanghaiChina
  2. 2.School of ManagementFudan UniversityShanghaiChina

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