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A Security Labeling Scheme for Privacy Protection in Personal Health Record System
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 Title & Authors
A Security Labeling Scheme for Privacy Protection in Personal Health Record System
Yi, Myung-Kyu; Yoo, Done-sik; Whangbo, Taeg-Keun;
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 Abstract
The advent of personal healthcare record(PHR) technology has been changing the uses as well as the paradigm of internet services, and emphasizing the importance of services being personalization. But the problem of user`s privacy infringement and leaking user`s sensitive medical information is increasing with the fusion of PHR technology and healthcare. In this paper, we propose a security labeling scheme for privacy protection in PHR system. In the proposed scheme, PHR data can be labeled also manually based on patient`s request or the security labelling rules. The proposed scheme can be used to control access, specify protective measures, and determine additional handling restrictions required by a communications security policy.
 Keywords
PHR;personal healthcare record;healthcare;wearable computer;HL7;
 Language
Korean
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