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Where is your data coming from? How are you storing, extracting and analyzing that data? What about managing multiple standards and terminologies? Are you confident in the integrity of your data? 3M ...

Where is your data coming from? How are you storing, extracting and analyzing that data? What about managing multiple standards and terminologies? Are you confident in the integrity of your data? 3M Clinical Analyst Amy Sheide, RN, BSN, MPH, will cover these questions and more at the 2013 AHIMA Health Information Integrity Summit on September 17. Take a sneak peek into the session and find out what mapping is and how it can be used as a tool to achieve interoperability, manage terminologies, and promote data integrity.

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  • 3M Health Information Systems 1 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. Maintaining Data Integrity through Mapping Integrating Disparate Systems, Terminology Management and Analytics Solutions Presentation Preview: 2013 AHIMA Health Information Integrity Summit Amy Sheide, RN, BSN, MPH Clinical Analyst 3M Health Information Systems
  • 3M Health Information Systems 2 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. Session Overview In order to advance patient and population health, healthcare organizations need access to data from otherwise disparate sources and entities. At the Summit, we will discuss the role of mapping as a tool in achieving data integrity.
  • 3M Health Information Systems 3 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. First, presentation attendees will dive into assessing their data pool:  Where is your data coming from?  What method is used to store your data?  How are you extracting and transporting your data?  Who is responsible for data governance within your organization?  Are you dealing with claims data, clinical data or both? Who What When Where How Why
  • 3M Health Information Systems 4 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. Data Integrity Standards Synchronize Governance StewardshipQuality Relevancy Accuracy  “Assurance that the data being accessed or read has neither been tampered with, nor been altered or damaged through a system error since the time of the last authorized access.”1  “The absence of unintended changes or errors in some data. Integrity implies that it is in exact copy of the original version.”2  “Integrity may imply that the information represented by the data has been validated.”2 What is Data Integrity? 1. http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/information-integrity.html. 2. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Data+integrity
  • 3M Health Information Systems 5 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. Learn Ways to Solve the Standard Terminology Conundrum….
  • 3M Health Information Systems 6 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. …and Discover Mapping
  • 3M Health Information Systems 7 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. What is Mapping? When two terms are exact matches (semantically equivalent), an implicit map is completed. Mapping is a process which identifies, defines and organizes data. Source terms are matched or associated with target terms through implicit and explicit mapping: When two or more concepts from different sources are not exactly the same but are still associated with one another, explicit mapping occurs.
  • 3M Health Information Systems 8 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. This Presentation Will Help You:  Learn how to apply mapping to address the challenges of legacy systems, continuity of care data integration, and interoperability  Assess the limitations of standards in achieving healthcare interoperability  Discover how mapping can help your organization achieve Meaningful Use, optimize analytics, and improve health information exchange
  • 3M Health Information Systems 9 © 2012 3M. All Rights Reserved. Join us at the AHIMA Health Information Integrity Summit and learn how to integrate disparate systems and maintain data integrity through mapping ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? 3M experts are presenting at a number of upcoming healthcare industry conferences See the schedule. Not attending the AHIMA Summit? Visit www.3Mhis.com to learn more about terminology mapping and the 3M Healthcare Data Dictionary