Exploring Type-and-Identity-Based Proxy Re-Encryption Scheme to Securely Manage Personal Health Records

@article{Ibraimi2010ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring Type-and-Identity-Based Proxy Re-Encryption Scheme to Securely Manage Personal Health Records},
  author={Luan Ibraimi and Qiang Tang and Pieter H. Hartel and Willem Jonker},
  journal={Int. J. Comput. Model. Algorithms Medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={1-21}
}
Commercial Web-based Personal-Health Record (PHR) systems can help patients to share their personal health records (PHRs) anytime from anywhere. PHRs are very sensitive data and an inappropriate disclosure may cause serious problems to an individual. Therefore commercial Web-based PHR systems have to ensure that the patient health data is secured using state-of-the-art mechanisms. In current commercial PHR systems, even though patients have the power to define the access control policy on who… 

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