RN/LPN MDS Coordinator
Do you have a passion for nursing and helping others, but wish to move beyond direct patient care? Do you want a career where every day brings new challenges, but also new rewards? Do you want to work in a place where there are no coworkers and patients, just lifelong friends?
North Rehab Center, a 45 bed rehab facility, has a fabulous opportunity for a business savvy RN/LPN MDS Coordinator. We're looking for a triple threat: An individual with the passion and technical knowledge of a nurse, the computer and multitasking skills of an office manager, and the drive and determination of an entrepreneur. The responsibilities of the MDS Coordinator includes but is not limited to overseeing and coordinating the development and completion of the resident assessment (MDS) in accordance with current Federal and state regulations, coordinating and leading the development of a comprehensive resident assessment and care plan for each resident as chairperson of the facility Interdisciplinary Plan of Care team, ensuring the face validity of all Minimum Data Sets before electronic submission and combine the timely electronic submission of all MDS, and conducting a monthly review of a random sample of the MDS to ensure accuracy and internal consistency with the medical records.
The best people, the best facilities, the best services for the best reason: Serving our residents. That means making sure we have the best team available who believe that taking care of our staff is just as important to us as taking care of our residents.
Must be a RN or LPN in good standing licensed by the state of Florida.
Clinical experience, education or specialty skills specific to geriatrics is desired.
Must have knowledge in PPS assessment as well as OBRA compliance.
Demonstrates clinical assessment skills at the level necessary to meet the job requirements.
Ability to make independent decisions and follow through with limited supervision.
Knowledgeable and understanding of state and federal regulations and guidelines governing the practices of the facility.
Effective interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively with an interdisciplinary care team.
Able to relate positively, favorably and cooperatively with others, including, residents, family members, employee and personnel of outside agencies and organizations.
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