SHIELDING ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD WITH ATTRIBUTE-BASED ENCRYPTION via QR-CODE ON BLOCKCHAIN
Akshatha D, A M chandrashekar
Electronic health records, data sharing, QR Code, attribute-based encryption, blockchain
It is desirable to use the digital data than traditional medical records, clinical establishments experience difficult issues, for example, electronic wellbeing record stockpiling and sharing. Patients and doctors invest impressive energy questioning the necessary information while getting to electronic wellbeing records, however they got information are not really right, and access is now and again limited. To overcome this problem we proposed medical related information sharing using blockchains, which use ciphertext-based attribute encryption to guarantee information conﬁdentiality and access control of clinical information. QR Codes are predominantly used to pass on or store messages in light of the fact that they have higher or enormous capacity limit than some other ordinary standardized tags. So, this encryption data are stored in this QR code is perfectly secured all the time, without the information getting leaked to outside world and to more secure blockchain technology is combined. Different data users for example, insurance policy, police investigation etc., can also use this electronic record for their purposes by getting the authorization.