Moiz Mirza Baig
Shrikant V.Sonekar


Among the most often discussed topics in the healthcare industry are medical terminology standardization and the establishment of a centralized electronic medical record (EMR). There is a wide range of information in patient master records and treatment statistics records, as well as a dynamic data structure. Over time, the number of records has increased at a rapid rate, resulting in a large volume of data that necessitated the implementation of a structured data base management system. Even while data science and analytics have the potential to alleviate the problem of data management, the lack of confidence in cloud-based data storage may become a big issue in the future. For improved storage management, these records may be preserved, and they may be replicated over different clouds or maintained in a distributed way for increased security and reliability. Medical data generated by wearable medical devices or portable devices used by home care patients, on the other hand, may be connected to several cloud servers in order to improve accessibility and security. For data accessibility and security, the proposed system will build a generic medical record management system that will be deployed across various clouds. It will also design a Body Area Network (BAN) architecture that will be connected to a distributed cloud


How to Cite
Mirza Baig, M., & Sonekar, S. (2021). AN APPROACH TOWARD STANDARDIZATION OF EMR WITH EFFICIENT ACCESSIBILITY OF DATA ON DEMAND. International Journal of Next-Generation Computing, 12(5).


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