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IEEE 3806-2023

IEEE Standard for Blockchain-Based Hepatobiliary Disease Data Extraction and Exchange

Liver and gallbladder diseases affect more than one billion people around the world, but there is still a lack of successful experience and models in terms of data standardization, integration, and sharing. The goal of this document is to solve the above problems through blockchain-based data circulation standards. This standard mainly describes the format of the data circulation and the application process of hepatobiliary diseases, which standardize the data collection, processing, and exchange process of hepatobiliary disease data in the medical information system, aiming to bring a new data credible circulation innovation model for medical education, data sharing applications, and medical artificial intelligence product research and development of hepatobiliary disease big data.

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CTS/DFESC - Digital Finance and Economy Standards Committee
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IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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CTS/DFESC - Digital Finance and Economy Standards Committee
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HDDEEWG - Hepatobiliary Disease Data Extraction & Exchange Working Group
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Soo Kim
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jiahong dong

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