The MDS Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of the Resident Asessment Instrument (RAI), electronic transmision of RAI data to those organizations and entities defined by federal and state rules and regulations, and the dissemination of the Resource Utilization Groups (RUG's) data to nursing home management and the regional financial office and completing on-going education in the preparation of the MDS (Minimum Data Set).
Hickory Creek operates 15 skilled nursing homes in Indiana and Ohio dedicated to the care of adults with developmental disabilities. Core Values: We are a service company committed to the highest standards of professionalism and to continous improvement in the quality of service we provide to the those entrusted to our care. Our goal is to inspire confidence, provide stability and render quality resident care.
We will never knowingly fail to follow any state or federal rule or regulation regarding quality of care; potential abuse; or reimbursement or payment systems. We strive to serve as a responsible citizen to our residents and to the communities we serve. Responsibilities Scheudle completion of RAI following state and federal guidelines. Gather and input data into the RAI computer system Coordinate/Supervise the documentation and completion of the MDS by the interdisciplinary team.
Screen each MDS for accuracy and transmit RAI data to the statutorily required entities each week. Track RUG scores and correct any errors in the allotted time frame and in the manner prescribed by the state.
Participate in audits and reveiw of the MDS Requirements We are looking for compassionate dedicated individual who has a special interest in and a positive attitude about, working with nursing home residents and to the communities we serve.
We are looking for compassionate dedicated individual who has a special interest in, and a positive attitude about working with nursing home residents and the elderly.
You will need following: Must have a current license; Registered Nurse (RN), or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in good standing in Indiana.
One year of long-term care experience and familiarity with RAI preferred.
Must have adequate computer skills, to accurately input data into the MDS and transmit the data. Must possess effective leadership skills, demostrate organzational skills, and must have in-depth knowledge of state and federal regulations for long-term care.
Must meet all federal, state, and local health requirements and pass a post-employment offer physical including drug screen and background checks.
Must be able to relate positively and favorably to residents and families and to work cooperatively with other employees.
Benefits We Offer An Attractive Compensation And Benefit Package.
Medical Insurance 403 (b) Retirement Savings Plan Company Paid Life Insurance Paid Time Off - Personal, Vacation, Holiday and Sick Time Palladium Item. Keywords: MDS Coordinator, Location: Peru, Indiana 46970
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Long Term Care and Rehabilitation nursing home
Location/Region: Peru, Indiana