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MDS Coordinator - Nursing Administration

at Catholic Health Services of Long Island

Posted: 6/21/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 100016086
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6020693

Nursing Administration

West Islip
West Islip, NY

Full Time

Day and Evening shifts-

Varied Will Discuss

Licensure Required
1-2 yrs experience required

MDS Resident Assessment Coordinator

Come and enjoy a brighter career by the Great South Bay. Our Lady of Consolation is a 345 Long Term and Sub Acute facility providing exceptional care and services. We are a proud member of Catholic Health Services of Long Island and a leader is quality healthcare.

We are currently seeking a unique position for a Resident Assessment Coordinator with MDS experience.

The Resident Assessment Coordinator is responsible to set up assessment reference dates for all new admissions and PPS assessments. Facilitate MDS for all Medicare / PPS and HMO's as required by regulation for reimbursement. Monitor patients who are Medicare Part A eligible and follow until no longer qualified. Have an understanding of scheduling assessments and schedule them appropriately to maintain a backup schedule for every resident. Knowledge of denial letters and processes when necessary. Monitor interdisciplinary team and track timely completion of MDS. Knowledge of CMI maximization and be able to monitor and record a full house and quarterly assessment period.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a current NY State license as a Registered Nurse. BSN preferred. Must have at least 3 years experience in Long Term Care or a combination of Long Term Care and Acute Care. Familiar with the MDS and Medicare/PPS knowledge. Familiarity with RUGS scores and PRI scores. Must be knowledgeable of RAI processes, Federal, State and Joint Commission standares as they relate to Long Term Care and Sub-Acute Care. Familiarity with Federal Compliance and HIPAA regulations. RAC certification desired, but required within introductory period.