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Healthcare is one of the largest sectors where the influence of major scientific interventions has assisted
practitioners in a variety of ways. Today, majority of the diagnosis and patient care methods are vulnerable due to
limitations in fulfilling security objectives. Thus, both the doctors and the patients have to suffer from many medicinal
complications. With analyzing such problems in the current healthcare industry, a technology-based mechanism is
introduced with a purpose to monitor patient’s health in a supervised manner. The present study followed a qualitative
research method in which the main focus was secondary resources for gathering essential information regarding the
concept. The researcher developed a conceptual framework and an algorithm to minimize security concerns that are
related to sharing information between a doctor and a patient and developing a valid diagnosis.
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