New guidance from the American Health Information Management Association offers best practices on data mapping to ensure an outcome with high data integrity.

“Poorly designed and out-of-date mappings create significant data integrity problems in health information systems,” according to the guidance. “Undetected errors in data maps have the potential to introduce many problems, including the filing of false claims to insurers, delivering the wrong information for patient care and/or quality measures, or causing a breach in patient privacy.”

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