In virtue of advances in smart networks and the cloud computing paradigm, smart healthcare is transforming. However, there are still challenges, such as storing sensitive data in untrusted and controlled infrastructure and ensuring the secure transmission of medical data, among others. The rapid development of watermarking provides opportunities for smart healthcare. In this article, we propose a new data-sharing framework and a data access control mechanism. The applications are submitted by the doctors, and the data is processed in the medical data center of the hospital, stored in semi-trusted servers to support the selective sharing of electronic medical records from different medical institutions between different doctors. Our approach ensures that privacy concerns are taken into account when processing requests for access to patients' medical information. For accountability, after data is modified or leaked, both patients and doctors must add digital watermarks associated with their identification when uploading data. Extensive analytical and experimental results are presented that show the security and efficiency of our proposed scheme.
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2020|
- access control
- attribute-based encryption
- Medical data privacy
- smart healthcare