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MDS Coordinator (RN) - Full-time

Atlantic Beach, FL, United States
North Point Skilled Nursing
Updated at
2021-04-11 04:00:02
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Our Story
Integrity and passion drive us to be extraordinary. Since our beginnings in 1990, our dynamic and purpose-driven community has become a place where excellence abounds. No one offers a senior living community quite like Fleet Landing. From pristine campus to luxury healthcare environments, to extraordinary dining experiences, our commitment to excellence in hospitality is found in every detail. There’s nothing we won’t do to support the successful aging of those who live here. 
Your Opportunity
We are seeking an MDS Coordinator who is responsible for conducting and coordinating the development and completion of the resident assessment (MDS) in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guidelines, and regulations.  Monitors the assignment of patients to Resource Utilization Groups (RUGs), utilization of resources used in treatment and the assignment of RUGs payment periods associated with the Minimum Data Set (MDS) schedules. 
WELLInspired™ - Benefits
Our residents deserve the best, and so do you. We offer generous benefits in addition to meaningful work, enriching community and a competitive salary. Full-time benefits include a generous 401k match, 90% of medical premium costs employer paid, uncapped PTO accrual from day 1, and extraordinary scholarship and continuing education opportunities.
We invite you to make Fleet Landing the next chapter in your story — and give your life new meaning. Tell us why Fleet Landing is where you want to write the next chapter in your life! 
  1. Knowledge of federal, state, and local government regulations and legislation; and implements regulatory changes as required. 
  2. The R.N. Coordinator must complete the Signature and Date (Z0050 A and Z0050 B) for all assessments and Signature and Date for the CAA Summary Process (V0200 B1. AND V0200 B2.) for comprehensive assessments.
  3. Coordinates, gathers data and completes the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI)/MDS 3.0 in an accurate and timely manner.
  4.  Assures that all MDS assessments are completed in a timely manner by all departments and reviews for completeness and accuracy of information.
  5.  Determines the RUG categories of Medicare payments for patients based upon the MDS assessments and in collaboration with the MDS team.
  6. Assures all MDS data is submitted properly to the appropriate state agency, adhering to Federal and State guidelines.
  7. Communicates appropriately and clearly to co-workers, billing office manager, medical records director, other clinical managers, facility administrator, fiscal intermediary, manage care organizations and physician.
  8. Evaluates and re-evaluates as necessary Resident needs and level of care by the standards and requirements of licensure, Federal regulations and MDS requirements.
  9.  Attends and participates in individual Resident quarterly care planning meetings, quarterly QI/QA committee meetings and other committee meetings as deemed appropriate by the DON.
  10. Monitor Resident status changes to ensure appropriate timely nursing/clinical team involvement and modifying of the care planning process.
  11. Perform regular audits of documentation to assure accuracy and they meet regulatory expectations.
  12. Coordinates efforts from all resources available, i.e., clients, staff, health care professionals and the care plan team to achieve optimal plan for each individual plan of care.
  13. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Nursing.
Knowledgeable of the RAI process with understanding of MDS 3.0. Certification must be
obtained through AANAA (American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators) within 90
days of employment if not currently certified.
Minimum Education Required:
Graduation from an accredited registered nursing program. Progressive experience in nursing
practice and nursing leadership. Current license to practice as a registered nurse in the state of
Florida. Experience in nursing practice including 2 years’ experience in Long Term Care

Prior MDS experience desirable.

Employment Variables:
May be required to work overtime and weekends.
Fleet Landing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace