An Overview on Cloud-Based Health Tracking and Monitoring System in Real-Time | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


An Overview on Cloud-Based Health Tracking and Monitoring System in Real-Time

Author(s):Satish Polshettiwar*, Ashwini Gawade, Ashwin Kuchekar, Akshay Baheti, Manish Wani, Jivika Naik, Dnyanesh Limaye and Shankar Mali

Today’s era could be known as the era of informatization. The advent of computers has built a solid foundation in traditional medicine. The growing trend is to create smarter health care that is all-inclusive and has multi-level flexibility different from the simple technical process. The transformation of the medical model has shifted from diseasefocused to patient-centered care and knowledge structure from clinical information to regional medical information. The collection and analysis of real-time data using innovative and enhanced facilities are very important for human health care. Modern communication technologies and smart systems enable patients to self-evaluate important signs from home and to advance the results of wireless communication to doctors. Such programs enable fixing the problem early before the patient needs intensive care. Cloud computing and health monitoring are integrated into Cloud-based healthcare consisting of a computer device and multiple sensors embedded in the patient’s body. Body vitals data such as heart rate and temperature are retrieved from a remote device with an advanced software program and stored in a central database through Internet, a computer device can deliver accurate medical information anytime, anywhere. This study provides statistics on the improvements made by private cloud computing modeling to monitor real-time medical data stored in an authorized region.

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