Last Updated: November 3, 2023

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Kanishka Panchal

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EHR (Electronic Health Record) and EMR (Electronic Medical Record) both digitalized patient information, but there's a difference. EMRs contain records specific to a single healthcare organization, while EHRs integrate data from multiple sources, allowing for sharing across institutions. EHRs offer a broader view of a patient's health history, while EMRs are focused on in-house data.

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