Abstract: Health information exchange (HIE) has several impressive advantages for patient care, including raising the standard of medical treatment and accelerating the coordination of care. In order to transfer data ownership from providers to patients, the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology is looking for patient-focused HIE ideas. The existing system faces several obstacles to patient-centric HIE, including worries about security and privacy, inconsistent data, and slow access to the appropriate information across numerous healthcare facilities. This project uses the distinctive property of the AWS technology, which is regarded as "extremely secure," to propose a workable solution to these problems. We created an AWS architecture to safeguard patient privacy and data security, maintain data provenance, and give patients complete access to their medical information. This design achieves patient-centric HIE by personalizing data segmentation and creating an "allowed list" for clinicians to access their data. This patient-centered HIE method assessed the model's viability, stability, security, and robustness statistically.
Keywords: AWS S3 Service, Electronic Health records (EHR), Health Information Exchange (HIE), Medical Prescription.