Title: Privacy Protected Mobile Health Surveillance System
Publisher: Guru Nanak Publications
Series: Volume 5 Issue 1
Authors: K Rajitha, Maddipatla Krishna Priyusha, Kurakula Sravani
Cloud-aided mobile health monitoring
systems have been considered ground-breaking
approach to improving the existing quality of
healthcare services while lowering the healthcare cost.
Unfortunately, they pose a grave risk while addressing
privacy concerns of clients' which could deter its
widespread adoption. Motivated by the privacy issues
curbing the adoption of electronic healthcare systems
and the wild success of cloud service models, we
propose to build privacy into mobile healthcare systems
abet by the private cloud. The salient features include
efficient key management, privacy-protected data
storage and retrieval. Furthermore, the outsourcing
decryption technique and proposed key private proxy
re-encryption are adapted to shift the computational
complexity of involved parties to the cloud without
compromising clients' privacy and service providers'
intellectual property. Our design of a privacy protected
mobile health surveillance system safeguards the
confidentiality of the involved parties. Finally, our
security and performance analysis demonstrates the
effectiveness of our proposed design.
Cloud-aided, privacy protected, mobile healthcare system, confidentiality.