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wxplain how and when personel information should be shared with carers and others taking into account legislative framework and agreed ways of working
Weegy: Together these legislations formed the fundamental rights and freedom of an individual. These affect the rights of everyday life of an individual including what they can say and do, their beliefs, right not to be tortured and right to a fair trial. [ [ These rights have limits to ensure that it does not damage other people?s rights. ] ] (More)
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explain why a client with dementia cannot make their own decisions
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client with dementia cannot make their own decisions because Dementia affects thinking, behaviour and the ability to perform everyday tasks. Brain function is affected enough to interfere with the person’s normal social or working life.

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how and when can information be shared with cares
Weegy: Providers and health plans covered by the HIPAA Privacy Rule can share patient information in all of the following ways: TREATMENT: Health care providers can share patient information as necessary to provide treatment. Treatment includes: [ sharing information with other providers (including hospitals and clinics), referring patients for treatment (including linking patients with available providers in areas where the patients have relocated), and coordinating patient care with others (such as emergency relief workers or others that can help in finding patients appropriate health services). Providers can also share patient information to the extent necessary to seek payment for these health care services. NOTIFICATION: Health care providers can share patient information as necessary to identify, locate, and notify family members, guardians, or anyone else responsible for the individual's care of the individual's location, general condition, or death. The health care provider should get verbal permission from individuals, when possible; but if the individual is incapacitated or not available, providers may share information for these purposes if, in their professional judgement, doing so is in the patient's best interest. Thus, when necessary, the hospital may notify the police, the press, or the public at large to the extent necessary to help locate, identify, or otherwise notify family members and others as to the location and general condition of their loved ones. In addition, when a health care provider is sharing information with disaster relief organizations that, like the American Red Cross, are authorized by law or by their charters to assist in disaster relief efforts, it is unnecessary to obtain a patient's permission to share the information if doing so would interfere with the organization's ability to respond to the emergency. ] (More)
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