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Last Updated: 11 August 2022

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An Approach to Perceive Session Hijacking in IoT Health Care

Internet of Things is a wireless network that configures itself and allows the Internet to explore physical objects in the real world. IoT technologies are used in a variety of platforms because they are adaptable to the majority of current technologies in providing networked services. Session hijacking is one of the most common problems facing Web applications. Any web users' security as the number of vulnerabilities rises, session hijacking has become a significant concern to all network users. A hacker hijacks a valid session between the user and the server and pretends to be authentic in session hijacking and pretends to be authentic.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0098-3_51


AI-Based Interactive Agent for Health Care Using NLP and Deep Learning

Artificial intelligence -based interactive agent (AI) plays a vital role in health care. This work helps to create a system for providing improved health care service to the user and increase user interaction. Chatbots that are based on NLP and neural network are more effective than human resource and pre-defined chatbots that are not user friendly, which we conclude.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0095-2_2


Dr. AI: A Heterogeneous Clinical Decision Support System for Personalised Health Care

However, due to the sheer number of patients with finger-countable health workers and physicians, it's impossible to maintain the service's quality. Medical science is a large, incredibly complicated, and ever-growing field that makes health care jobs increasingly difficult and encourages health professionals to be kept up-to-date always. Hence, an AI assistant to recommend potential diagnosis and treatment options can help doctors' lives to some extent and keep them up to date. Both knowledge-based or pattern-based decision support services are available, and only few of them are for personalized care.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2394-4_29


A Systematic Literature Review of Intellectual Capital and Sustainable Development of Health Care

The pandemic put a strain on the health care industry, putting it into question again, emphasizing its intellectual capital and ensuring sustainable growth. The existing literature in relation to IC and sustainable growth in the health care industry is fragmented and underexposed. This review is part of a larger literature review of the IC and sustainable literature specific to the healthcare industry to solve this problem. The implications for academics and practitioners alike will continue to investigate future research that emphasizes IC involvement in the health-care industry's sustainable growth.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-08954-1_39


Machine Learning for the Manufacturing of Digital Marketing Techniques and Its Impact on Health Care System

The report explores why machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies have emerged among the most significant innovations in the digital marketing industry, aiding in cost reduction and increased efficiency of businesses. In the future, the manner in which digital marketers collaborate with machine learning-based technologies will determine the direction of marketing. As machine learning and artificial intelligence become more popular in the digital marketing environment, it is important that the best digital businesses understand how to incorporate machine learning into their digital marketing strategies in order to remain competitive.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0108-9_41


Internet of Things-Based e-Health Care: Key Challenges and Recommended Solutions for Future

However, the health-care industry still uses IoT today, despite the global COVID 19 pandemic. However, the majority of the application providers, service providers, or other devices that use IoT devices for creating and storing data can be a way of leaking data or stealing personal details by a third party for black mailing or financial gain, resulting in privacy and security leakage of the user.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-1142-2_37


IoT and RFID-Based Smart Card System Integrated with Health Care, Electricity, QR and Banking Sectors

People from both age groups and the rapid transition to the digital world following COVID-19 pandemic have now turned to using technology as never before. In some senses, 2020-2021 has marked the beginning of digital boom in all segments as well as in all age groups of the world. The current study aims to automate and integrate as many companies as possible into a single card system. People will be able to move all of the cards of daily use into a single RFID card by combining all the cards of daily use into a single card. The new smart card system works on an electronic device that is specifically loaded with the required applications and gathers only the essential information from our card, eliminating the need for us to carry the papers and the various bank cards, user identification cards, and medical cards.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0151-5_22


Medicaid physician fees and access to care among children with special health care needs

According to this report, the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs was used to determine whether Medicaid physician fees are related to health care and adequacy of health care in CSHCN. Fee increases are associated with increased access to specialty doctor services and substantial improvements in caregivers' satisfaction with the adequacy of health-insured CSHCN's publicly-insured CSHCN's health insurance coverage.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11150-021-09575-6


A Comparative Analysis of Drug Therapy, Disease Phenotype, and Health Care Outcomes for Men and Women with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Background Sex and Gender refer to biological and cultural differences between men and women. This report was intended to identify differences in healthcare outcomes in both men and women with IBD. Methods A retrospective single-centre cohort analysis was carried out to determine variations between men and women receiving care for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis at the Western University Personalized Medicine Clinic from March 2012 to September 2019. Conclusions These results show differences in disease course and treatment strategies among men and women with IBD, as well as the promotion of sex and gender when researching disease outcomes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10620-021-07177-x

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