Blockchain based auditable medical transaction scheme for organ transplant services

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Publicado en 3C Tecnología. Edición Especial – Noviembre 2019

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Internet of Things have brought exciting changes in the social norms, work environments and the prospects for future generations. These devices (Things) have already changed the way our networks are used for communication. With the introduction of machine to machine communication (M2M), where devices communicate without human involvement to perform routine day to day tasks. These tasks on one hand, include services that provide convenience to the device owners such as setting off alarms, acting as personal assistant for reminders, keeping track of daily activities etc. On the other hand, there are certain tasks where these devices perform Transactions on behalf of the owners i.e. financial transactions/ online ordering etc. These transactional tasks have significant legal implications if some problem / dispute arises due to such action performed by these devices on behalf of the owners. To ensure that these interactions take place under observation of the owners and to keep track of their occurrence, there is a need to keep record of all such communication. We propose use of Blockchain for tracking all these transactions without compromising secrecy of data by keeping its integrity intact for medico-legal requirements and prevent risk of fraud.


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IoT Security, Blockchain, Organ Donation, Smart Health, Nodes, Mining, UPRL, IDoT, M-IOT, P2P.

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