Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 35, Pages: 1-5
M. Martinaa* and V. Vaithiyanadhan
The evolving need for advanced care of patients at their homes along with the enormous growth in usage of mobile devices has resulted in the development of numerous mobile applications in enabling E-Medicine care. Cloud operations along with the developing mobile technologies is helping doctors in proper care of patients by enabling easy monitoring and assessing patient’s health within their comfort limits. As such this leads to increase in frequency of sharing health information between doctors and nurses to provide better and safer care of patients. However in sharing information the hinders, privacy and safety issues may conflict with HIPAA standards. Through this paper we try to correct the privacy and security issues with E-Medicine care and cloud computing. We via cloud computing demonstrate a telemedicine application that allows doctors to monitor their patients remotely, and using this function as a base we tend to develop our model that tends to allow patients to share their health information with other doctors and medical professionals in a privilege and secure manner. The other indigenous feature includes the ability to handle big data and efficient counter mending.
Keywords: Cloud Computing, Customer Revocation, Elgamal Encyption, Large Data, Proxy Collusion, Proxy Re-Encryption, Secure Data Sharing
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