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explain the meaning of term confidentiality
Confidentiality means in secret to others. In today?s world the only way to keep things confidential, is if you keep it to yourself and no one else. [ If more persons than just you know, the confidence has been broken, there are no more people that can be trusted any more. ]
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User: explain the meaning of term confidentiality

Weegy: Confidentiality means in secret to others. In today?s world the only way to keep things confidential, is if you keep it to yourself and no one else. [ If more persons than just you know, the confidence has been broken, there are no more people that can be trusted any more. ]
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User: demonstrate ways to maintain confidentiality in day-to-day communication

Weegy: Confidentiality is a term that indicates preserving the privacy of the persons in which you care for. This will mean that all information related to them will be kept in strict confidence for use only by the team of care providers. [ [ This includes information gained verbally or from resident or client records. All information is considered confidential when it pertains to medical care and client records. Breach of confidentiality is sharing information verbally or in written form regarding a resident or client with someone who is not on the care team of the resident or client, or who does not have a release of information form from the resident or client. Indiscretion is an action in which you inadvertently share confidential information. There is no bad intent associated with an indiscretion. Informed consent is when a resident or client acknowledges and allows the release of information to other parties. This permission is given by filling out a legal consent form, which becomes part of the resident or clients permanent record. Private is defined as not available for public viewing or knowledge. ]
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User: describe the potential tension between maintaining and individaul's confidentiality and disclosing concerns



Weegy: If one doesn't maintain confidentiality between another individual, the tension could be that a law is broken. There are laws for confidentiality, and this may create a sense of the reason for why confidentiality must be contained.
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