Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Climate change will affect, in profoundly adverse ways, some of the most fundamental determinants of health: food, air, water. Proactive health adaptation strategies are needed to protect the world’s most vulnerable people from the effects of climate change on human health and well-being. It will be increasingly important to address the links between climate and health at different timescales. Population health often depends on activities in other sectors. To ensure that the health effects of climate change are not overlooked, the health sector needs improved integration into strategic planning in sectors such as water, agriculture and disaster management. This includes strengthening health systems and ensuring adequate water and sanitation facilities for all. Telecommunications technologies and the Internet offer a revolution in management of global healthcare systems and sustainable development. This paper proposes architecture for global hospital management. This would be a globally operating Health Care Schema where in doctors, patients and administration has an easy interface with each other. In spite of the remote location of health care First aid guidance may be accessed online. The architecture proposes a design which make available repositories where video logs, treatment records, prescription details, etc. are provided to ease patients and doctors to provide appropriate treatment with help of distributed resources. The schema also supports health control applications like Maternity Health Pack and is integrated with a ‘tracker’ unit which helps in maintaining patient history. Ease of interface between doctors and substitutability supported via explanative treatment logs on patients is a robust feature. Merits of such a system being developed shall be enormous and would help reducing medical expenses and thus provide better stake values for multinationals in spite of changing climate and its consequence on human health.
Keywords: Health, Architectire, Application, Maternity App;
In humankind’s pursuit of well-being, we both influence and respond to climate. Anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases affect the heat balance of the Earth, and the resulting changes in precipitation patterns, temperature extremes and rising sea levels affect how society develops. The dynamic interaction between humans and climate is not new, but the scale of the interaction has reached unprecedented proportions.
There is a need to develop and evaluate mitigation and adaptation strategies, and improve the dissemination of information to enable managing climate risks, policy concerns, and social and political science. The term “e-health”  was born in 1999 to represent the provision of healthcare services through Internet, and was heavily promoted by the industry and commercial sectors in order to take advantage of the power and excitement that other “e-” terms like e-commerce and e-business had recently created in society . Nevertheless, the academic world would soon adopt it, leading to what some authors call “the death of telemedicine”.
The arena of international relations has undergone significant changes in the last two decades. The international system is now multipolar with many more actors and international platforms in which emerging economies are playing increasingly central roles. Power relationships are changing and multilateral organizations such as the WHO and other platforms for international diplomacy are gaining a new importance because new players in the international arena, particularly new emerging economies and member states can use these opportunities to position their own agendas and to actually set new priorities.
Our understanding of health itself, its determinants, and how we address it as a policy issue has also changed. This is the result of changing lifestyles, and demographic and epidemiological transitions that are being experienced as population’s age and countries advance in social and economic development. New global challenges resulting from industrial growth, globalization and increasing interdependence, such as climate change, food insecurity, epidemic levels of chronic diseases and pandemic disease impact on human health and wellbeing and must be addressed in public policy.
II. CONCENTRIC LAYER HEALTH ARCHITECTURE
The health sector is increasingly taking responsibility for protecting and promoting health in response to this challenge. The global health agenda is set by the annual World Health Assembly (WHA), comprising the 193 WHO Member States. In May 2008, the WHA passed a resolution on climate change and health, drawing attention to the threat posed by climate change to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals  and health equity. The resolution calls on WHO to strengthen its work in raising awareness about the health implications of climate change, support capacity building and research in health protection from climate change in countries, and urge action by the health sector. This resolution is a political milestone for the full involvement of the health community in the climate change agenda and drew overwhelming support from the Assembly.
We need to act quickly and take advantage of existing solutions to prevent irreversible damage to our planet. Natural ecosystems provide significant opportunities to cut emissions dramatically and to preserve the adaptive potential of our biosphere.
This section thus elaborates on our proposed Web Based Platform for Hospital Management and Health Care.
About the layered architecture. Figure 6(a) depicts a simplistic design and provides us with a holistic suite of levels which are presented as concentric rings. The scenario is developed keeping in mind the topology followed in real life. This workflow is elaborated as follows:-
o Patients literate in web literacy open up accounts with the hospital web sited under the concerned set doctors
o The doctor concern may be identified as per the patient’s age and a general physician may invite specialist for video conferencing as per severity of symptoms.
o Doctors are one body with one or may hospitals depending upon national work practices under the Health Act.
o No private practices is permissible as Hospitals are delegated the task of safe keeping as well.
o National cyber unit may act as supervisory management and online audit body for hospitals. They may be equipped with specialized tools to run this online facility.
o The topology is then succeeded by Continent managers at the main server rooms.
o Global in charge may be managing units from United Nation formed as of after the second world war, may hold monitory control and licensing body for the strategic approval and sharing of resource over this unfied platform.
Implementation design for Web based Platform may involve a number of networking unit which are solely a concept relative to network developers. However, due to preexisting support on implementation of our schema we restrict our focus in conceptualizing in all depths and aspects. Figure 6(b) pin points to necessary elements of this whole setup. One may observe something mention as the Health Pack i.e. Maternity Health Pack. To add weight to our proposition and visualize its high profile usability we also propose a sample health pack. This health pack is to manage Maternity diet charts alongside tips for regular diet management suppoted by an integrated set of body tools.
Figure 7 here shows complete details of the Maternity Health Pack. The health pack is automation software which is present at server side and shall be used online by various users with their authorized access accounts over the Hospital Management and Health Care’s Web Based Platform. This piece of software has three major units :-
o Maternity Guide and Diet Planner: This block covers a factual display of proper health as per your body profile provided by you at the time of account sign-up. Diet planner give you a regular schedule for dietary control measures.
o Fetal and Diet Advisor: This unit helps you realize the consequences of your diet on the fetal development inside the womb.
o Body Tools: These tools are essential to realize the body profile at appropriate time periods and are both supplementary and complementary to any health pack
Physical checkup may be scheduled as per the video conferencing with your doctor online. Any new doctor in charge may view your logs and realize the necessary actions to be taken. Thus, at very root we started off with global health strategy. Amplifying this small measure to global health advancement would help a lot. The ‘Tracker’ feature provided is again a crucial step and an advancement over existent scenarios. It’s a concept widely supported by Internet of Things (IoT) which involves nomadic wireless communication between remote objects in distributed environment. This tracker attached with you would be a hardware device developed to measure pulse, heart rate, and other necessary tuning measures. This tracking data when updated to your profile shall help in advancing the progress treatment and identifying deterioration if any.
Additionally the health packs would adhere to providing statistical analysis for all signed up members by analyzing Risk to a global health challenge. Like with maternity health pack we identify obesity as risk. These challenges CVD as if uncontrolled would lead to health deterioration and rise of Cardiovascular Diseases else otherwise.
World Health Organization  has identified and supports health-climate as depicted in figure 7. The diagram shows necessity of the political intervention and unity to formulate and carry out execution of a global health policy thoroughly and rigorously. Thus, Web based Platform shall not only be implemented as single nation drama but a global software shared by most number of nations as the support allows. Enlisted below are the benefits as follows:-
o Improving the Quality of Healthcare: The quality of healthcare is to provide the healthcare professional with the information needed at the right time about the health of the patients. Provides a strong networking platform for all the participants
o Improving the Access of Healthcare: Technologies offer the possibility for anyone to access from anywhere (remote areas, for instance), anytime and in the most convenient way, to the needed healthcare or health information. Curbing global health challenges like Cancer, CVD, etc.
o Reducing Costs: It is widely known that paper based systems is inefficient, with a lot of administrative procedures and possible health fraud. Global resource sharing and quick availability knowledge. Enormous health care with reduction in National funding on health from positive point of view.
Major benefits have been highlighted above but list is long and a detailed set of benefits are none above then the one that we would have “Safer and Secure planet ot be on” only at the expense of increasing computer literacy and knowledge Internet.
III. IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS
Tools that would be used are enlisted below for the development of this Web based platform. These tools are not sufficient but are basic necessity to build a satisfactory prototype. Tools enlisted below are renowned algorithm on cryptography and information security, web design and other networking application tools.
o Kerberos Version 5.0 Certificates, AES Encryption
o Visual Studio 2010 Professional Edition
o Windows Server 2008 R2 Standards, SQL Server Express
o Robotics Developer Studio 2008 R3
o Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition
o Expression Studio 4, Standard Networking Protocols of IPv6 and IPv4
IV. FUTURE OF E-HEALTH
E-Health has seen a phenomena growth and has a strong future ahead. This section shortly discusses its future and current security related issues. The advances in low power wireless communication technologies  and sensor networks have contributed significantly to the emergence of e-Health tele-monitoring area. However, there are many security requirements in e-Health tele-monitoring systems[10. Data integrity is one of the most important security requirements that should be satisfied in such systems since extremely sensitive patient information is transferred. In, it is discussed that during transit of medical information, data integrity protection can be ensured using lightweight message authentication and integrity check methods such as MACs and one-way hash functions. Furthermore, in the local computation is proposed to provide privacy to the transferred data. In , encryption of data is proposed to protect sensor data from initial acquisition to final destination. Finally, the Cyber Security Industry Alliance has proposed data encryption, cryptographic checksums and signatures to ensure that transferred medical data have no been changed by unauthorized entities.
With human curiosity on rise there is possibility of an exponential rise in e-Health development. E-Health strongly faces the problem of global strategizing to provide with more deliberate authentication which might easily be availed with the work proposed in this paper. E-Health provides with wide opportunities and solution to make this world a safer place in short and stipulated time.
The Web based Platform for Hospital Management and Health Care would lead to making of a secure and safer health treatment environments. Here benefits are distributed over all the parties. Share of resources virtually and allowing identifying their physical availability as well. This will in turn enhance population acceptability and produce net economic benefits. Thus, use of the virtual front to help handle health issues and incapacitate health challenges is a hybrid and magnificently modest approach.
Global acceptance of such a standard would make world a ‘united nation’ which would help taking strong actions and dedicate the administrative delegation to second priority issues like Security, Sanitation, Crime Control, others. Our motive is to provide with a framework service dedicated truly in public benefit. Hence developing this platform would make it intriguingly holistic tool in public welfare and health care all in one.
Fig 7. WHO support on public health and climate.