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Data Management Mode
Removing All Patient Data
All Efficia DFM100 users are responsible for protecting the use, disclosure and exchange of
electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). In Data Management Mode, you can de-identify
patient Event Summaries two ways. Patient-related data include name, medical record number, dates
related to the individual, patient age if over 89 and any other information that could uniquely
identify an individual.
When exporting Event Summaries, the Efficia DFM100 can be configured to prompt you to
remove all patient-related data prior to exporting. If this function is enabled, you are prompted
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to
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When the Internal Memory Menu is displayed
prompts the Efficia DFM100 to ask you

Summary.
CAUTION: The user is responsible for protecting the use, disclosure and exchange of electronic Protected Health
Information (ePHI).

Accessing Data on the USB Drive

When you select the
first checks that there is a compatible USB drive inserted into the USB port on the back of the device
(see
Figure 15
remains on the display. If a compatible drive is found, then the USB Drive Screen is displayed.
NOTE: The USB Drive Screen's layout is similar to the Internal Memory Screen (see
Internal Memory is replaced with USB Drive in the screen's title.
Using the Efficia DFM100, you are only able to save Event Summaries to and delete from the USB
drive. Additional USB drive operations can be performed with a USB-compatible computer.
Saving Data to the USB Drive
You can save data to a USB drive from Data Management Mode, Configuration Mode and after an
Operational Check.
To save data to a USB Drive:
Confirm you have a USB drive inserted into the USB port.
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2
Press Smart Select knob and select
to the USB drive.
CAUTION: Use only the USB driver recommended by the manufacturer. Using other brands of USB drivers may
cause damage or be incompatible with the Efficia DFM100.
NOTE: If data exporting is in process and you change from a non-clinical mode to a clinical mode or vice
versa, the Efficia DFM100 asks you if you wish to continue exporting. Select
continue with the export.
to export with patient-related data in the Event Summary.
to remove the patient-related data and
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on page 14). If a compatible USB drive is not found, the Internal Memory Screen

. Select
to remove the patient-related data prior to exporting and
(Figure
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
to keep the patient-related data in the Event
option from the Internal Memory Menu, the Efficia DFM100

from the menu. The Efficia DFM100 copies your data
13: Data Management
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68), selecting
Figure
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to stop;
Select
67) except
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to
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