Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Electronic Medical Records (EMR) are both types of software used to store and manage patient medical records. EHRs contain a patient’s medical history, diagnosis, treatment, and more, while EMRs are typically used to store patient visits, treatments, and follow-up care. Both systems are designed to allow for secure access to records by both the patient and healthcare providers. Additionally, EHRs and EMRs both provide the ability to integrate with other systems, such as billing software.