Introduction: Healthcare monitoring is a part of medical treatment. This research aims to increase the interoperability of the healthcare monitoring process. So that user does not need to go to the hospital and check their condition with the doctor directly.
Methods: This was a qualitative study. The sample was doctors, inpatients, and outpatients. We proposed a concept of Internet of Things platform architecture that could monitor and record patient health. The features we provided are monitoring, immutable data recording using NoSQL database and blockchain by implementing Change Data Capture, and data analytics.
Result: In this research, we proposed the Matter protocol for data communication. Matter protocol opens the possibility of increasing Internet of Things interoperability. On the other hand, implementation of blockchain could increase the security in the data at rest step, we also increase traceability by implementing Change Data Capture in the NoSQL database and store all data to the blockchain.
Conclusion: Our proposed conceptual system could be used for building healthcare monitoring using an Internet of Things system that needs high interoperability and low energy consumption. The outpatient activity could be monitored in their own house or anywhere, and the patient does not need to go to the hospital to check their health.