Hiding Patient Confidential Health Records with ECG Steganography
Neha, Mohit Trehan
Personal Health Record (PHR) is an promising application of health data transmission which permits individuals to access and manage their constant health records. The patient’s confidentiality and safety is significant in the protection of healthcare privacy. Though, there have been extensive confidentiality concerns as personal health records could be uncovered to third party servers and to unofficial peoples. The chief concerns are threats of confidentiality disclosure and flexible access. To attain safety of PHRs, we can employ encryption to encrypt the records before transmit it. In this paper, we explore the literature on PHRs comprising design, functionality, implementation, applications, and advantages. However, prime care physicians play a key role in patient health; PHRs are likely to be linked to physician electronic medical record systems.
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Unique Paper ID: 151520

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 179 - 182
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