A blockchain-based healthcare platform for secure personalised data sharing
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To facilitate personalised healthcare provision across Europe, we envision solutions that enable the secure integration and sharing of medical health records. These solutions should address privacy concerns, such as granular access control to personal data, establishing what should be accessible when and by whom, whilst complying with collective regulatory frameworks such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and adhering to international standards on how to manage information security. The proposed healthcare system design integrates technologies such as blockchain and scalable data lakes with adequate system routines to guarantee the secure access of confidential data. In this paper, we present the essential architectural components for the secure integration of medical records in a blockchain-based platform. We present a patient-centric data retrieval approach which incorporates a structured format to compose access rules.
Bowles , J , Webber , T , Blackledge , E & Vermeulen , A 2021 , A blockchain-based healthcare platform for secure personalised data sharing . in J Mantas , L Stoicu-Tivadar , C Chronaki , A Hasman , P Weber , P Gallos , M Crişan-Vida , E Zoulias & O S Chirila (eds) , Public Health and Informatics . Studies in Health Technology and Informatics , vol. 281 , IOS Press , pp. 208-212 , 31st Medical Informatics in Europe Conference (MIE 2021) , 29/05/21 . https://doi.org/10.3233/SHTI210150conference
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DescriptionFunding: This research is funded by the EU H2020 project SERUMS (grant 826278).
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