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This postgraduate student project focuses on enhancing the security and privacy aspects of electronic health record (EHR) databases through the development of a Java-based system. The proposed system introduces the concept of publicly verifiable shared dynamic EHR databases, incorporating functional commitment to support privacy-preserving integrity auditing.

Existing System:

Traditional EHR systems often lack robust privacy measures and struggle with maintaining the integrity of sensitive health data. Current solutions may not provide publicly verifiable methods for auditing, compromising the trustworthiness of the stored information.

Proposed System:

The proposed system addresses these issues by introducing a publicly verifiable shared dynamic EHR database. Functional commitment techniques are incorporated to ensure privacy-preserving integrity auditing, allowing authorized entities to verify the integrity of the records without compromising the confidentiality of individual patient data.

System Requirements:

  • Minimum of 8GB RAM
  • Dual-core processor
  • 500GB storage
  • Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8 or above
  • Internet connectivity for distributed functionality

Hardware and Software Requirements:

  • Database server with secure data storage capabilities
  • Java programming language for backend development
  • Web server for hosting the user interface
  • Encryption tools for securing data in transit
  • Access control mechanisms for user authentication and authorization


The system adopts a distributed architecture to ensure scalability and fault tolerance. It comprises a backend server responsible for managing the shared dynamic EHR database and a front-end web interface for user interaction. A secure communication channel is established between the client and the server to safeguard data transmission.

Technologies Used:

  • Java for backend development
  • Spring Framework for application development
  • SQL-based database for efficient data storage
  • Web technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) for the user interface
  • Encryption algorithms for data security
  • Distributed computing principles for scalability

Web User Interface: The web interface offers a user-friendly environment for healthcare professionals to access and manage EHRs securely. It includes features such as real-time data updates, search functionalities, and privacy-preserving integrity auditing. The interface is designed to be intuitive, ensuring ease of use for authorized personnel.

This project aims to contribute to the improvement of EHR systems, making them more secure, privacy-preserving, and publicly verifiable, ultimately enhancing the trustworthiness of electronic health records.

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