Hello Friends,

Please give the exact definition of EHR and EMR software and What’s the Difference between both software?

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There is a new electronic medical records from the company Handylife.

This new generation of patient tracker let you customize your EMR for your medical specialty and your specific needs. It's the only one electronic health record with that option. With this strong feature, you can be sure that you will get exactly what you need.

There is a lot of screenshots on the website and some videos.

Just take a look on www.Handylife.com.
EMR: The electronic record of health-related information on an individual that is created, gathered, managed, and consulted by licensed clinicians and staff from a single organization who are involved in the individual’s health and care.

EHR: The aggregate electronic record of health-related information on an individual that is created and gathered cumulatively across more than one health care organization and is managed and consulted by licensed clinicians and staff involved in the individual’s health and care.
There is a good discussion on the difference between EMR and EHR on the website of RevenueXL which is a Electronic Medical Record Software Consulting Company. See EMR vs EHR.
Hi Merry

however , EMR software collects a patient medical records such as laboratory , Imaging , pharmacy and etc , but it implement and use in a single Care Delivery Organizasion ( CDO) .
when we collect data of a patient from different CDO , in fact , we use EHR software because we follow our patients in CDOs with their problems and health data .
in other hand , you can not collect health data of humans ( EHR) ,without implementation EMR software in different CDOs.
Indeed, there are several interpretations to what EMR or EHR stand for. What really makes me said is that we still see several companies using fancy and complex explanations simply to make a software more expensive. Hopefully, clarifications like we see in this blog will help us to see that not only price determines if a solution is the best option or fit for a certain practice. I am amazed how certain doctors still think that for a program to be good it has to cost a lot.

Good luck to you all!

Eduardo Almeida
EasyMedFile.com
Thanks this helps!!

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