Event Title

Privacy and Security Data communications issues in HealthCare Ecosystem

Session

Computer Science and Communication Engineering

Description

E-Health Systems today has its own challenges in terms of data security and data protection. The overwhelming rise in technology implies that information security is one of the most complex and worrying issues. The information value is always on the rise and it is a major concern with regard to Data security in Healthcare. Data provided by health monitoring contribute next future in scientific research in the field of Data and Privacy of patients. The equipment that enables this process of patient health monitoring is complex in terms of data collection and data protection. Through the development of a set of modules, it will be easier to determine the diagnosis for doctors through online patient monitoring by taking care of data security and privacy. Doctors will monitor the patient in real-time via smartphones each partner’s data will be linked to the server. Each patient's medical history will be stored in the cloud for easy access to data, easier processing and secure communication with these data. The system architecture is built in that way to monitor private patients at home, hospital patients, and other public health care units, always focusing on providing security and privacy these data. The use of smartphones, computers and laptops for Internet data transmission reduces the cost of this system. A range of value-added services through this document has also been introduced, which include monitoring parental counseling for their families living abroad. The privacy and security of the system has been reviewed for selective patient authorities to access cloud data storage as well as possible threats to the system. The contribution of my publication will focus on data security and patient privacy while communicating equipment in the eHealth ecosystem.

Keywords:

E-health, Protection, Security, Information, Technology, Storage, Cloud

Session Chair

Patrik Elm

Session Co-Chair

Paivi Jokela

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.106

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Privacy and Security Data communications issues in HealthCare Ecosystem

Pristina, Kosovo

E-Health Systems today has its own challenges in terms of data security and data protection. The overwhelming rise in technology implies that information security is one of the most complex and worrying issues. The information value is always on the rise and it is a major concern with regard to Data security in Healthcare. Data provided by health monitoring contribute next future in scientific research in the field of Data and Privacy of patients. The equipment that enables this process of patient health monitoring is complex in terms of data collection and data protection. Through the development of a set of modules, it will be easier to determine the diagnosis for doctors through online patient monitoring by taking care of data security and privacy. Doctors will monitor the patient in real-time via smartphones each partner’s data will be linked to the server. Each patient's medical history will be stored in the cloud for easy access to data, easier processing and secure communication with these data. The system architecture is built in that way to monitor private patients at home, hospital patients, and other public health care units, always focusing on providing security and privacy these data. The use of smartphones, computers and laptops for Internet data transmission reduces the cost of this system. A range of value-added services through this document has also been introduced, which include monitoring parental counseling for their families living abroad. The privacy and security of the system has been reviewed for selective patient authorities to access cloud data storage as well as possible threats to the system. The contribution of my publication will focus on data security and patient privacy while communicating equipment in the eHealth ecosystem.