A Secure Framework and Related Protocols for Ubiquitous Access to Electronic Health Records Using Java SIM Cards

Abstract : Ubiquitous access to patient medical records is an important aspect of caring for patient safety. Unavailability of sufficient medical information at the patient point-of-care could possibly lead to a fatality. In this paper we propose employing emergent technologies such as Java SIM Cards (JSC), Smart Phones (SP), Next Generation Networks (NGN), Near Field Communications (NFC), Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and Biometric Identification to develop a secure framework and related protocols for ubiquitous access to Electronic Health Records (EHRs). A partial EHR contained within a JSC can be used at the patient point-of-care in order to help quick diagnosis of a patient's problems. The full EHR can be accessed from an Electronic Healthcare Records Centre (EHRC).
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Reza Hassanzadeh, Tony Sahama, Colin Fidge. A Secure Framework and Related Protocols for Ubiquitous Access to Electronic Health Records Using Java SIM Cards. First IMIA/IFIP Joint Symposium on E-Health (E-HEALTH) / Held as Part of World Computer Congress (WCC), Sep 2010, Brisbane, Australia. pp.102-113, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-15515-4_11⟩. ⟨hal-01054868⟩

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