The MDS+ Scheduling Coordinator is responsible to organize, direct, and coordinate MDS 3.0 assessments and PRIs on assigned units, ensuring that all documentation meets Federal, State, and Certification guidelines and regulations. He/she is responsible for utilizing clinical expertise to examine and analyze resident-related data for compliance with treatment norms, privacy standards and reimbursement requirements. Clinical expertise must be supplemented with expertise in reimbursement methodologies and practices, the Case Mix Index (CMI), and the Minimum Data Set (MDS) The ideal incumbent will be highly reliable and detail-oriented and must be able to make independent judgments regarding the appropriateness of the professional work of others with the aim of matching the highest standard of care.
- A strong focus on achieving results is a must
- A Bachelor’s degree in nursing is required; Master’s degree a plus.
- Will consider candidates with an AS in Nursing, provided they have a minimum of 4 years of highly relevant work experience working in a longterm care setting working as an MDS Coordinator.
- A minimum of 2 years’ experience with MDS, including experience in a longterm healthcare setting
- Current NYS nursing license and certification required
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