Personalized Service Model for Sharing Medical Devices in IoT Health-Platform

March 1, 2016

When mobile healthcare devicse are shared within a family or at public offices, they are primarily used for measuring healthcare data and checking them temporarily. However, if the devices can recognize the user and transmit the measured data to a healthcare service platform in real time, it becomes possible to continuously manage and monitor personal healthcare information as opposed to being used for temporary purpose at public offices or hospitals as it is the case today. In particular, use of smart phone or wearable devices can create opportunities for new services and businesses. Accordingly, this paper proposed a service model that allows user recognition function and transmits/manages the measured data to a healthcare service platform when simple medical devices such as blood pressure meter or weight are used and shared among many users on IoT-based healthcare service platform. This model can also be used as technology that allows patients with chronic illness to perform self-diagnosis with convenience.

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