A Healthcare Information System for Secure Delivery and Remote Management of Medical Records

@article{Choi2016AHI,
  title={A Healthcare Information System for Secure Delivery and Remote Management of Medical Records},
  author={Hyoung-kee Choi and Ki-Eun Shin and Hyoungshick Kim},
  journal={IEICE Trans. Inf. Syst.},
  year={2016},
  volume={99-D},
  pages={883-890}
}
With the rapid merger of healthcare business and information technology, more healthcare institutions and medical practices are sharing information. Since these records often contain patients’ sensitive personal information, Healthcare Information Systems (HISs) should be properly designed to manage these records in a secure manner. We propose a novel security design for the HIS complying with the security and privacy rules. The proposed system defines protocols to ensure secure delivery of… 
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