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Difference between EHR and EMR

August 15, 2019 - by Webmedy team


An EMR (Electronic Medical Record) is a single practice's digital version of a patient's chart and is a narrower view of a patient's medical history, while an EHR is a more comprehensive report of the patient's overall and are designed to be shared with other providers, so authorized users may instantly access a patient's medical records.

While an EMR is mainly used by providers for diagnosis and treatment and are not designed to be shared outside the individual practice, EHRs allow a patient's medical information to move with them to specialists, labs, imaging facilities, emergency rooms and pharmacies, as well as across state lines.

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