Secure and Trustable Electronic Medical Records Sharing using Blockchain

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Dubovitskaya, Alevtina ; Xu, Zhigang ; Ryu, Samuel ; Schumacher, Michael ; Wang, Fusheng (2018)
  • Publisher: American Medical Informatics Association
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC5977675
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computers and Society | Articles | Computer Science - Cryptography and Security
    acm: InformationSystems_GENERAL

Electronic medical records (EMRs) are critical, highly sensitive private information in healthcare, and need to be frequently shared among peers. Blockchain provides a shared, immutable and transparent history of all the transactions to build applications with trust, ac... View more
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