An eHealthbook record is a representation of all the patient's data that would originally be found in the paper-based record. It contains all information ranging from pathology, radiology and clinical information that has been combined and structured in a digital form. An EMR replaces paper-based medical records by electronically documenting the information relevant to a patient’s healthcare. EMR encompasses the information and capabilities required to support healthcare service delivery, where the information is captured in a computer-readable form that supports interoperability and clinical decision support. In addition, it is likely that increasing numbers of consumers will have direct access to EMR systems. An EMR system comprises the clinical information and capabilities needed to deliver healthcare. An EMR system is used by healthcare providers for documentation, monitoring and management.