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An improvised social insurance system is required in light of the limitations of the outdated medical care framework and the progress of technology. In the human services industry, cloud-based software development is becoming more and more popular as a means of managing and fulfilling current and future demands in social insurance administrations. We suggest a flexible, secure, effective, useful, and protected cloud-based framework for medical services. We've provided a secure and efficient framework for the administration EHR, where access control arrangements are made possible by many tiers of information structure and multi-authority ciphertext property based encryption (CP-ABE), which governs fine-grained access control. Top Saudi officials stand to gain greatly from egovernment distributed computing, since the planned framework will enable them to expand their social insurance industry.


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MARAMRAJ, V., & NIRMALA, M. (2020). EFFICIENT AND RELIABLE PUBLIC HEALTHCARE SERVICES WITH G-CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 11(3), 2789–2795. https://doi.org/10.61841/turcomat.v11i3.14584
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