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An Impact of Digitalized Technologies Transformation in Healthcare Using Mobile Cloud Computing

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  • School of Computer Application, Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar-Delhi, G.T. Road, National Highway 1, Phagwara - 144411, Punjab, India

Abstract


Objectives: Smart Device with Open Source Platform, cloud tools and technologies are at the key point of healthcare variation. E-Devices replacing on manual basis or automated medical reports/graphs, private or secure clouds provide private access to automated healthcare records and device based device collaboration tools are reforming information share among medical experts. Methods/Analysis: In proposed Work, We are using Open Source API like Google API within system for automatic improvement of the entire system rather than deploy each time system after new version of implemented platform. According to below mentioned Proposed Work, We are encrypt word with current timestamp middle number using sampling method and every time system will auto decrypt private data with same TIMESATMP technique on receiver side panel. Findings: All the findings are mentioned in the form of statements given below: Statement 1: Existing System: MICROSOFT <Voice Recognizer /Speech Recognizer Tools, Media Tools> [Working on Only WINDOWS based platform] Statement 2: Existing System: PREBUILD ALGORITHM <AES/DES/CRYPT5/MD5> [Easy to Decrypt with predefined decryption methods]. Novelty/Improvement: Smart Devices based healthcare applications will more advance with Open Source Based API and Private data will more secure.

Keywords

EWSEA, Health Cloud Server, Healthcare Routes, Mobile Cloud Server, Portable Computing.

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