ASSORTMENT OF PATIENTS DATA IN HEALTHCARE SECTORS USING CLOUD COMPUTING

Authors

  • Dr. A. Sumithra Asst. Professor II, Dept of IT, Velammal College of Engineering &Technology, Tamil Nadu, Madurai.
  • A. Jenifer Fathima III-yr B.Tech(IT), Velammal College of Engineering &Technology, Tamil Nadu, Madurai.
  • R. Shreeni Swarna III-yr B.Tech(IT), Velammal College of Engineering &Technology, Tamil Nadu, Madurai.
  • R. Christie Nivedha III-yr B.Tech(IT), Velammal College of Engineering &Technology, Tamil Nadu, Madurai.

Keywords:

utility computing, sensor networks, telemedicine, cloud computing

Abstract

Existing processes for patients' vital data collection require a great deal of labour work to collect, input and analyze the information. These processes are usually slow and error-prone, introducing a latency that prevents real-time data accessibility. This scenario restrains the clinical diagnostics and monitoring capabilities. We propose a solution to automate this process by using “sensors” attached to existing medical equipments that are inter-connected to exchange service. The proposal is based on the concepts of utility computing and wireless sensor networks. The information becomes available in the “cloud” from where it can be processed by expert systems and/or distributed to medical staff. The proof-of-concept design applies commodity computing integrated to legacy medical devices, ensuring cost-effectiveness and simple integration.

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Published

15-09-2015

How to Cite

Dr. A. Sumithra, A. Jenifer Fathima, R. Shreeni Swarna, & R. Christie Nivedha. (2015). ASSORTMENT OF PATIENTS DATA IN HEALTHCARE SECTORS USING CLOUD COMPUTING. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 1(2). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/5