Prospects of Blockchain Technology for Accelerating Scientific Advancement in Healthcare

Author: Borah, Malaya Dutta

Publisher: IGI Global

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Category: Computers

Page: 289

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Health information about any patent is extremely critical. As there are many malicious users and misuses of health data, this information is not shared amongst health organizations due to security and privacy issues. Blockchain is being explored as a platform for securely exchanging healthcare data among the organizations in public domains, allowing doctors and practitioners to have access to more comprehensive health histories and in turn provide better care to patients. Prospects of Blockchain Technology for Accelerating Scientific Advancement in Healthcare disseminates the recent research findings on blockchain in healthcare and reviews current state-of-the-art blockchain applications in healthcare. This book also discusses various challenges faced by the healthcare community in securing healthcare data. Covering topics such as consensus mechanisms, smart healthcare systems, and supply chain management, it serves as an essential resource for healthcare professionals, computer scientists, information security professionals, data scientists, policymakers, researchers, and academicians.

Approaches and Applications of Deep Learning in Virtual Medical Care

Author: Zaman, Noor

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 293

View: 725

The recent advancements in the machine learning paradigm have various applications, specifically in the field of medical data analysis. Research has proven the high accuracy of deep learning algorithms, and they have become a standard choice for analyzing medical data, especially medical images, video, and electronic health records. Deep learning methods applied to electronic health records are contributing to understanding the evolution of chronic diseases and predicting the risk of developing those diseases. Approaches and Applications of Deep Learning in Virtual Medical Care considers the applications of deep learning in virtual medical care and delves into complex deep learning algorithms, calibrates models, and improves the predictions of the trained model on medical imaging. Covering topics such as big data and medical sensors, this critical reference source is ideal for researchers, academicians, practitioners, industry professionals, hospital workers, scholars, instructors, and students.

Handbook of Research on Healthcare Standards, Policies, and Reform

Author: Comite, Ubaldo

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 408

View: 310

The healthcare industry has been the center of attention recently as it continues to have a major impact on private and public organizations, government institutions, and consumers. An increasing number of requests for healthcare has led to the implementation of new policies and reform proposals that are challenging as they can have a simultaneous impact on different categories of users. As many health, individual, and organizational activities continue to grow and are conducted in the general environment, new vulnerabilities have emerged that have led to the need to study the system from a different angle. The nature, source, and complexity of healthcare is not always clear, and many times health issues are underestimated. The Handbook of Research on Healthcare Standards, Policies, and Reform examines the complex issues, various problems, and innovative solutions that are linked to healthcare standards, policies, and reform. This comprehensive reference work provides important knowledge that impacts healthcare improvement from the perspective of multiple disciplines, adding innovation value to solving health issues. Covering topics such as health protection, psychological health, and healthcare technology, it is an essential resource for academicians, healthcare practitioners, researchers, healthcare scientists, professional bodies, professors and students of higher education, and policymakers.

Building Resilient Healthcare Systems With ICTs

Author: Ndayizigamiye, Patrick

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 298

View: 956

One of the challenges encountered in the provision of healthcare is the inability of healthcare systems to adapt to or respond adequately to adverse events (pandemics or otherwise), especially in settings with limited resources. ICTs can be built into healthcare systems to detect and/or mitigate adverse events. The COVID-19 pandemic has showcased the opportunities that are brought forth by ICTs such as the adoption of online consultations by doctors and other innovative ways of providing healthcare despite public health regulations, travel restrictions, and fears tied to physical appointments. Beyond the COVID-19 era, there is a need to reimagine how ICTs could be adopted in healthcare to ensure resilience in the advent of any of these future adverse events. Building Resilient Healthcare Systems With ICTs highlights the various ways ICTs could assist in building resilience within healthcare systems and the various contexts in which resilience could be built within healthcare systems. It portrays practical implications of and value derived from building resilience in healthcare systems. Covering topics such as electronic health information systems, multimodal representation, and supply chain management, this book is an essential resource for healthcare executives, government officials, researchers, computer engineers, and academicians.

Handbook of Research on Mathematical Modeling for Smart Healthcare Systems

Author: Samanta, Debabrata

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 503

View: 126

Advances in healthcare technologies have offered real-time guidance and technical assistance for diagnosis, monitoring, operation, and interventions. The development of artificial intelligence, machine learning, internet of things technology, and smart computing techniques are crucial in today’s healthcare environment as they provide frictionless and transparent financial transactions and improve the overall healthcare experience. This, in turn, has far-reaching effects on economic, psychological, educational, and organizational improvements in the way we work, teach, learn, and provide care. These advances must be studied further in order to ensure they are adapted and utilized appropriately. The Handbook of Research on Mathematical Modeling for Smart Healthcare Systems presents the latest research findings, ideas, innovations, developments, and applications in the field of modeling for healthcare systems. Furthermore, it presents the application of innovative techniques to complex problems in the case of healthcare. Covering a range of topics such as artificial intelligence, deep learning, and personalized healthcare services, this reference work is crucial for engineers, healthcare professionals, researchers, academicians, scholars, practitioners, instructors, and students.

Information Security Practices for the Internet of Things, 5G, and Next-Generation Wireless Networks

Author: Sahoo, Biswa Mohan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 328

View: 920

Information security practices are the backbone of smart factories, which dynamically coordinate and optimize production processes based on data produced and collected by the underlying cyber-physical systems, in terms of resource usage. Recent advances in the best practices, opportunities, challenges, and benefits of information security must be studied and considered for businesses across sectors to successfully utilize the practices in their internet of things, 5G, and next-generation wireless networks. Information Security Practices for the Internet of Things, 5G, and Next-Generation Wireless Networks highlights research on secure communication of 5G, internet of things, and next-generation wireless networks along with related areas to ensure secure and internet-compatible internet of things systems. The book also discusses the effects of the internet of things technologies on various situations in smart city design. Covering a range of topics such as secure communications and security evaluations, this reference work is ideal for industry professionals, business owners, engineers, researchers, scholars, practitioners, academicians, instructors, and students.

Report of the Inter-agency Task Force on Financing for Development 2022

Financing for Sustainable Development Report: Bridging the Finance Divide

Author: Department of Economic and Social Affairs

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

View: 529

The Financing for Sustainable Development Report (FSDR) assesses progress in implementing the commitments and actions in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.

Applications of Blockchain in Healthcare

Author: Suyel Namasudra

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 277

View: 415

This book discusses applications of blockchain in healthcare sector. The security of confidential and sensitive data is of utmost importance in healthcare industry. The introduction of blockchain methods in an effective manner will bring secure transactions in a peer-to-peer network. The book also covers gaps of the current available books/literature available for use cases of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) in healthcare. The information and applications discussed in the book are immensely helpful for researchers, database professionals, and practitioners. The book also discusses protocols, standards, and government regulations which are very useful for policymakers. /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div /div

Blockchain Applications for Healthcare Informatics

Beyond 5G

Author: Sudeep Tanwar

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 528

View: 823

Blockchain Applications for Healthcare Informatics: Beyond 5G offers a comprehensive survey of 5G-enabled technology in healthcare applications. This book investigates the latest research in blockchain technologies and seeks to answer some of the practical and methodological questions surrounding privacy and security in healthcare. It explores the most promising aspects of 5G for healthcare industries, including how hospitals and healthcare systems can do better. Chapters investigate the detailed framework needed to maintain security and privacy in 5G healthcare services using blockchain technologies, along with case studies that look at various performance evaluation metrics, such as privacy preservation, scalability and healthcare legislation. Introduces the basic architecture and taxonomy of 5G-enabled blockchain technology Analyzes issues and challenges surrounding 5G-enabled blockchain-based systems in healthcare Investigates blockchain-based healthcare applications such as telemedicine, telesurgery, remote patient monitoring, networking of the Internet of Medical Things, and augmented and virtual realty tools for training in complex medical scenarios Includes case studies and real-world examples in each chapter to demonstrate the adoption of 5G-enabled blockchain technology across various healthcare domains