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Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/ICRTCCM.2017.78

Secured Medical Data Storage over Cloud for Comprehensive Treatment

01 Feb 2017-pp 257-262
Abstract: E-health is becoming an ideal, alternative approach to the traditional approach of handling and giving health care. This paper offers a solution for good health by observing and recording the details of each and every consultation made for a patient on the cloud and not merely the storage of milestone observations. The cloud provides a virtualized source of resources including hardware and software. Two algorithms, Difference and Distance Difference provide security. Distance Difference is an advanced version of Difference algorithm. more


Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/ICSCC.2019.8843690
01 Jun 2019-
Abstract: In this paper, a smart fitness device is presented, This device monitors the heart rate and temperature of the human body using Arduino Uno as the main microcontroller to collect the signal, interpret and send the data wirelessly using wifi module ESP 8266 to ThingSpeak IOT website, which is a server website that can host a variety of IOT devices. Using the website, the data can be sent wirelessly to the server which the user can monitor the heart rate and temperature data in real-time on the website. The data can also be stored on the ThingSpeak server which is then can be accessed by medical staff to do health evaluation of the users. This system is a cheap alternative for the end user to check their heart rate and body temperature to ensure that their health is in good condition at all time. This system allows the users to save time and money by not going frequently to the hospitals to get their heart rate and body temperature checked. more

4 Citations


Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/APSCC.2010.102
Doan B. Hoang1, Lingfeng Chen1Institutions (1)
06 Dec 2010-
Abstract: Deploying state-of-the-art technologies is vital and inevitable in assistive healthcare to cope with emerging services such as remote monitoring, collaborative consultation, and electronic health record. Grid computing has succeeded somewhat in enabling the sharing of resources across organizations but has not been deployed widely due to its complex implementation and interface. Cloud computing overcomes this aspect by allowing simple and easy user access, coping with users’ dynamic and elastic demands, providing metered usage for its resources and hence is increasingly being adopted by individual users as well as enterprise users. The Cloud may just be the right technology for healthcare infrastructure. However, several serious issues concerning security, data protection and ownership, quality of services, and mobility need to be resolved before Cloud computing can be widely adopted.. This paper proposes Mobile Cloud for Assistive Healthcare (MoCAsH) as an infrastructure for assistive healthcare. Besides inheriting the advantages of Cloud computing, MoCAsH embraces important concepts of mobile sensing, active sensor records, and collaborative planning by deploying intelligent mobile agents, context-aware middleware, and collaborative protocol for efficient resource sharing and planning. MoCAsH addresses security and privacy issues by deploying selective and federated P2P Cloud to protect data, preserve data ownership and strengthen aspects of security. It also addresses various quality-of-service issues concerning critical responses and energy consumption. more

Topics: Cloud computing security (68%), Cloud computing (63%), Mobile computing (58%) more

148 Citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/CLOUD.2011.108
04 Jul 2011-
Abstract: Cloud computing is an emerging technology that is expected to support Internet scale critical applications which could be essential to the healthcare sector. Its scalability, resilience, adaptability, connectivity, cost reduction, and high performance features have high potential to lift the efficiency and quality of healthcare. However, it is also important to understand specific risks related to security and privacy that this technology brings. This paper focuses on a home healthcare system based on cloud computing. It introduces several use cases and draws an architecture based on the cloud. A comprehensive methodology is used to integrate security and privacy engineering process into the software development lifecycle. In particular, security and privacy challenges are identified in the proposed cloud-based home healthcare system. Moreover, a functional infrastructure plan is provided to demonstrate the integration between the proposed application architecture with the cloud infrastructure. Finally, the paper discusses several mitigation techniques putting the focus on patient-centric control and policy enforcement via cryptographic technologies, and consequently on digital rights management and attribute based encryption technologies. more

Topics: Cloud computing security (71%), Privacy engineering (67%), Information privacy (63%) more

73 Citations

Open accessProceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/CLOUDCOM.2011.80
29 Nov 2011-
Abstract: We present a cloud-based healthcare system that integrates a formal care system (DACAR) with an informal care system (Microsoft Health Vault). The system provides high levels of security and privacy within a cloud environment, enabling sharing of both health records and the access rights, along the patient pathway. We also define a case study that can help in evaluating and in demonstrating the usefulness of a cloud-based integrated health care system. more

Topics: Cloud computing security (64%), Cloud computing (59%), Health care (56%) more

52 Citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/CCGRID.2012.131
Ryan Wooten1, Roger Klink1, Frank Sinek1, Yan Bai1  +1 moreInstitutions (1)
13 May 2012-
Abstract: Two cutting edge technologies are cloud computing and social media. Healthcare is a promising application of these technologies. In this paper, we describe our design and prototype implementation of a social healthcare network over the cloud. The system is secured with a trust-aware role-based access control. Our work addresses an unmet need in social healthcare networking -- emotional support, and demonstrates social healthcare network application in a real cloud computing environment. more

Topics: Cloud computing (61%), Social media (51%), Access control (51%)

37 Citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI: 10.1109/ICIN.2010.5640918
18 Nov 2010-
Abstract: This paper introduces the concept entitled ‘Pervasive Cloud’ which is meant for ‘Accessing the Power of a Cloud through Pervasive Access of Mobile Communications’. ‘Dhatri’ is a Pervasive Cloud Based Healthcare Application targeted towards Healthcare needs specifically for Rural and Deep Rural Areas. Dhatri ‘inherits’ the powerful features of a typical Cloud Computing and enables the Pervasive Healthcare Access. more

Topics: Cloud computing (56%)

36 Citations

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