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Design issues of a pan European smart cross border ‘dream like’ e-Gov primary healthcare medical service

Sideridis, Alexander B; Pimenidis, Elias; Protopappas, Loucas; Yialouris, Constantine; Maragkopoulos, Vasileios - Angelos; Chatziandreou, Andrew

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Alexander B Sideridis

Loucas Protopappas

Constantine Yialouris

Vasileios - Angelos Maragkopoulos

Andrew Chatziandreou


The EU Commission has provided its members regulation and systems for the development of services enabling cross border transactions, but the full practice of these is modest. An exception can be made in cases where there’s personal data processing. Though, a competent validation is assured by the systems which the EU Commission proposed. Research revealed the demand of cross border systems focused on health, social services, and the environment, as such are crucial in aiding the free movement in the EU. Design issues of alike cross border authentication service, linking public or/and private health units are shown here. The supporting system will offer a conceptual design model to EU members. Health services in Greece and UK are examined to evaluate the potential of such a system and practice appeal. They are taken as a case study of a conceptual model applied in forming a pan EU smart health service.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Aug 12, 2021
Online Publication Date May 30, 2022
Publication Date May 30, 2022
Deposit Date Aug 22, 2021
Publicly Available Date May 31, 2023
Journal International Journal of Electronic Governance
Print ISSN 1742-7509
Electronic ISSN 1742-7517
Publisher Inderscience
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 14
Issue 1-2
Pages 172-194
Keywords e-Government systems; Primary Health Care Service; Authentication; Electronic Identification; Cloud Computing
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