In the United Kingdom, the term Electronic Patient Record (EPR) is often used interchangeably with Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Both refer to a digitalized repository of patient health information. However, in the U.K. context, EPR is preferred over EMR. The use of EPR emphasizes a more holistic approach to patient care, encompassing a broader range of health-related data. It signifies the integration of various aspects of patient information and is commonly used to describe digital records in healthcare settings in the U.K.