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DOI: 10.3390/su13158355

Epistemological and Bibliometric Analysis of Ethics and Shared Responsibility—Health Policy and IoT Systems

JCR-Q2 SCIE SSCI
Petar RadanlievDavid De Roure
Sustainability
Jul 2021
摘要
The focus in this paper is placed on shared responsibility and ethics in health policy, specific to Internet of Things (IoT) devices in healthcare systems. The article assesses how the introduction of IoT brings risks to the security of medical systems. The justification for this research emerges from the opportunities emerging from digital technologies for medical services, but also creating a range of new cyber risks in the shared healthcare infrastructure. Such concerns are often not visible to individual departments in an integrated healthcare system. In addition, many healthcare organisations do not possess cyber skills and are faced with barriers to the adoption of smart manufacturing technologies, e.g., cost. These barriers trigger ethical concerns related to responsibility of cyber risks in shared healthcare systems.
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