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HealthDep: An Efficient and Secure Deduplication Scheme for

Cloud-Assisted e Health Systems


Abstract
The inherent characteristic of electronic medical records (EMRs) from actual
electronic health (eHealth) systems, where we found that (1) multiple patients would
generate large amounts of duplicate EMRs and (2) cross-patient duplicate EMRs would
be generated numerously only in the case that the patients consult doctors in the same
department. We then propose the first efficient and secure encrypted EMRs deduplication
scheme for cloud-assisted eHealth systems (HealthDep). With the integration of our
analysis results, HealthDep allows the cloud server to efficiently perform the EMRs
deduplication, and enables the cloud server to reduce storage costs by more than 65%
while ensuring the confidentiality of EMRs. Security analysis shows that HealthDep is
more secure than the Marforio et al.’s scheme (NDSS 2014) and Bellare et al.’s scheme
(USENIX Security 2013). Algorithm implementation and performance analysis
demonstrate the feasibility and high efficiency of HealthDep.
EXISTING AND PROPOSED SYSTEM

EXISTING SYSTEM PROPOSED SYSTEM

EXISTING CONCEPT:- PROPOSED CONCEPT:-


 In existing system, despite having a  The first efficient and secure
clear boundary, personal and social encrypted EMRs deduplication
selves are not independent. The scheme for cloud-assisted eHealth
interaction or competition between systems (HealthDep). With the
personal self and social self in integration of our analysis results,
different contexts can Induce HealthDep allows the cloud server
different experiences and behaviors. to efficiently perform the EMRs
deduplication, and enables the cloud
 It can affect the behavior formed by
server to reduce storage costs by
social identity (social self) in an
more than 65% while ensuring the
online healthcare community.
confidentiality of EMRs.
Specifically, we investigate the
 We have analyzed EMRs in actual
interaction between the social
eHealth systems and pointed out that
identity and perceived disease
patients consulted the doctors with
severity of an individual
the same department would generate
numerous duplicate EMRs, while
patients consulted the doctors with
the different departments would
generate few duplicate EMRs, which
is integrated into HealthDep to
improve the performance that the
storage server checks duplicate
EMRs
EXISTING TECHNIQUE:- PROPOSED TECHNIQUE:-
 EMR  First efficient and secure encrypted
EMRs deduplication
TECHNIQUE DEFNITION:- TECHNIQUE DEFNITION:-
 The storage server needs to store the  First efficient and secure encrypted
outsourced EMRs, such as EMRs deduplication scheme for
prescriptions, for a prolonged period cloud-assisted e- Health systems,
of time to satisfy several and realize it in a system called
government regulations or hospital HealthDep. In HealthDep, multiple
requirements on EMRs archiving. dedicated key servers are introduced
With the volume of EMRs generated to assist in generating MLE keys,
from eHealth systems grows over where these key servers share a
time, the costs of storing EMRs are secret via a distributed protocol and
persistently increase in practice the MLE key is generated by the
EMR itself and the secret jointly
through an oblivious protocol.
DRAWBACKS ADVANTAGES:-
 It has users to have a low  The patients in HealthDep make use
tendency to seek health of their smartphones to secure
information in the communities delegation and MLE keys. We have
 Group self-esteem is negatively analyzed EMRs in actual eHealth
related to users’ propensity to systems and pointed out that patients
seek health information in an consulted the doctors with the same
online healthcare community. department would generate
numerous duplicate EMRs, while
patients consulted the doctors with
the different departments would
generate few duplicate EMRs.
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT
 Operating system :- Windows 7
 Front End :- Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2013
 Coding Language :- C#
 Backend :- SQL Server 2012

HARDWARE REQUIREMENT
 Processor : Pentium Dual Core 2.00GHZ
 Hard disk : 40 GB
 Mouse : Logitech.
 RAM : 2GB(minimum)
 Keyboard : 110 keys enhanced.