MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MONITORING OF THE HEALTH STATE OF POPULATION WITH PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA

Authors

  • O. M. Klyuchko National Aviation University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2020.1.11126

Keywords:

information system, monitoring, public health, personal data protection

Abstract

Background. Ecological pollution of Ukrainian Polyssia in result of Chornobyl disaster caused the necessity of public health monitoring at these territories. Development of medical information systems with databases and data protection were supposed to be the good tools for such monitoring organization.

Materials and methods. A set of methods was used for the construction of networked, Internet-based medical information system with databases. Relational database technology was applied; used diagnostic information was in DICOM standard. Software C# and MySQL were used. For electronic hardware key ATmega8 microcontroller and the scheme that implements the USB interface were used.

Results. Information system was designed for the monitoring in time the numbers of biochemical and other numerical indicators characterizing examined organism state of the person in conditions of territories of Ukrainian Polyssia that were ecologically polluted due to Chornobyl disaster. Developed system is networked, Internet-based; it contains a number of interconnected electronic databases with ordered data and appropriate output of this information on monitors, including biochemical laboratory data about the presence of environmental pollutants in organism. The possibility of preliminary automated data analysis as well as protection of personal data of patients, other surveyed persons was provided due to the development of original electronic hardware key. The information on the structure of developed system, its functions as well as functions of some of its most important blocks, samples of software developed by the authors and means of information protection in such system was given.

Conclusion. Results of the development of new medical information system based on databases with for monitoring of numerical indicators of public health were presented. Data protection in this information system was realized using original electronic hardware key.

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Published

2020-06-22

How to Cite

Ключко, О. М. (2020). MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MONITORING OF THE HEALTH STATE OF POPULATION WITH PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA. Medical Informatics and Engineering, (1), 17–28. https://doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2020.1.11126

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