Publishing papers in Q1 journals is a remarkable accomplishment for research enthusiasts. Assistant Professor Dr Priyanka of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering published her latest research paper in the IEEE Access journal. The paper titled PRMS: Design and Development of Patients’ E-Healthcare Records Management System for Privacy Preservation in Third Party Cloud Platforms has an impact factor of 3.476. Kirtirajsinh Zala, Hiren Kumar Thakkar, Rajendrasinh Jadeja, Priyanka Singh, Ketan Kotecha, and Madhu Shukla co-authored the work with Dr Priyanka.
In the digital era, personal data storage on public platforms is a significant cause of concern with severe security and privacy ramifications. This is true especially in e-health data management since patients’ health data must be managed following a slew of established standards. The Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) primarily provide computing and storage resources. However, data security in the cloud is still a major concern. To overcome e-healthcare records privacy issues in a third-party cloud, we designed a Patient’s E Healthcare Records Management System (PRMS) that focuses on latency and throughput. Moreover, the proposed PRMS system is compared with Blockchain platforms such as Hyperledger Fabric v0.6 and Etherium 1.5.8 against latency and throughput by adjusting the workload for each platform up to 10,000 transactions per second. The proposed PRMS is compared to the Secure and Robust Healthcare Based Blockchain (SRHB) approach using Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB) and small bank datasets. The experimental results indicate that deploying PRMS on Amazon Web Services decreases System Execution Time (SET) and the Average Delay (AD) time by 2.4%, 8.33%, and 25.15%, 15.26%, respectively. Deploying PRMS on the Google Cloud Platform decreases System Execution Time (SET) and Average Delay (AD) by 2.27%, 2.4%, and 2.72%, 4.73% AD, respectively.