Journal of Health & Medical Informatics

ISSN: 2157-7420

Open Access



Ryohei Takahashi -

Statement of the Problem: Introducing medical picture sharing systems for considerable use is beneficial for medical practice. There are numerous approaches to percentage medical pix, and there are excessive expectancies for cloud computing at present due to its scalability. However, photo sharing via a cloud-based totally environment has raised some protection and privateness concerns. The cause of this observe is to advocate a method that applies blockchain generation to a cloud-primarily based environment to deal with concerns concerning security and privacy without impairing IT aid effectiveness at a practical level. Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: This technique divides medical photos, in particular virtual imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM), in to metadata and pixel information. The former is controlled via blockchain technology in a stable manner, and the latter is managed in a cloud-based environment. In addition, we created a multi-use key from the metadata via hashing. When physicians use medical images, the original DICOM records can be reconstructed with the key. Furthermore, we applied pilot machine to assess performance and scalability and get right of entry to security level. Findings: For processing 1000 clinical pics, our idea takes about four seconds, and it is able to boom approximately linearly with number of processing. Furthermore, our concept has a few protection advantages; improvement integrity, confidentiality, and privateness level. Conclusion & Significance: The call for for scientific photo sharing has drastically increased; therefore new methodologies are required to control clinical photos greater securely and in a scalable manner. We suggest making use of a blockchain to a cloudbased environment to generate a synergistic effect. Although some technical challenges remain, this technique has better security and the potential for practical application. Furthermore, our suggestion could be expanded not best to academic use however also personal quarter for picture-based totally machine development, due to the fact patient registration is a point of departure


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