Adebayo Omotosho

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Cryptography has been widely accepted for security and partly for privacy control as discovered from past works. However, many of these works did not provide a way to manage cryptographic keys effectively especially in EHR applications, as this is the Achilles heel of cryptographic techniques currently proposed. The issue of accountability for legitimate(More)
Existing approaches to protect the privacy of Electronic Health Records (EHR) are either insufficient for existing medical laws or they are too restrictive in their usage. For example, smartcard-based encryption systems require the patient to be always present to authorize access to medical records. A major issue in EHR is how patient’s privacy and(More)
Over the years health care has seen major improvement due to the introduction information and communication technology with electronic medical prescription being one the areas benefiting from it. Within the overall context of protection of health care information, privacy of prescription data needs special treatment. This paper presents an eprescription(More)
This paper presents the development of an electronic prescription system for pediatricians that considered the factors that influence a child’s prescription. The system implements a knowledge base which contains drug information and formulary. It allows the pediatrician to have access to the electronic health record of patients before prescription writing.(More)
Several recent works have proposed and implemented cryptography as a means to preserve privacy and security of patient’s health data. Nevertheless, the weakest point of electronic health record (EHR) systems that relied on these cryptographic schemes is key management. Thus, this paper presents the development of privacy and security system for(More)
The process of electronic approach to writing and sending medical prescription promises to improve patient safety, health outcomes, maintaining patients’ privacy, promoting clinician acceptance and prescription security when compared with the customary paper method. Traditionally, medical prescriptions are typically handwritten or printed on paper and(More)
Iris recognition algorithms have been proposed in several works with some of these algorithms solving mainly templates identification accuracy issues. The need to test these algorithms for identification or matching speed cannot be over-emphasized as this is also important when deploying algorithms in real application. This aim of this paper is to implement(More)
Medical images require immediate access by several physicians in different places within a medical facility and access to a critically injured person’s medical image, such as the x-ray, on time can be a key factor in the diagnosis and treatment of the patient. The electronic medical image archive system can help to solve the problem faced in previous(More)
Tropical diseases are diseases that are unique to tropical and subtropical regions affecting nearly everyone in the “bottom billion” of the world’s poorest people. They have a terrible impact on health involving child growth and development, harm pregnant women, cause disability and disfigurement and often cause long-term debilitating illnesses. The(More)