MDS Coordinator (RN)

Nursing Oakland, California


Description

Organize the completion of the comprehensive assessments, CAAÕs, resident care plans, care plan meetings, and provide necessary nursing assistance with problem solving to the charge nurse.

Responsibilities

  • The MDS Coordinator (RN) ensures quality nursing care to all residents.
  • Conducts nursing assessment, and coordinates the IDT for completing the comprehensive assessment of a residentÕs needs upon admission, promptly after a significant change in the residentÕs physical or mental condition, and reviewed every quarter for continued accuracy
  • Assures that each resident receives an accurate assessment by participation of qualified staff. Certifies that assessment is accurate and submits to DON for signature
  • Ensures that the responsible members of the IDT have developed a comprehensive care plan for each resident that includes identified problems and goals; measurable objectives and timetables to meet a residentÕs medical, nursing, mental, and psychosocial needs that are identified in the MDS comprehensive assessment
  • The MDS Coordinator (RN) coordinates and facilitates Care Plan Meetings by scheduling meetings with staff, residents and residentÕs responsible parties.
  • Serves on appropriate committees including Quality Improvement, Huddle meetings and the groups assigned by the Director of Nursing
  • Acts as a mandatory reporter for all suspected abuse situations and complies with all HIPAA standards of practice
  • Communicates regularly with the Director of Nursing regarding problems with resident care, staffing problems and facility environmental/maintenance concerns
  • The MDS Coordinator (RN) performs follow up investigations to all work injuries as indicated by the Director of Nursing, and performs any other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to read, speak well and be understood in the English language
  • Must have attention to detail, follow through and good interpersonal/problem solving ability
  • Computer literacy
  • Good understanding of long term care, MDS, Medicare, Title 22, OBRA regulation
  • Bilingual ability preferred, but not required

Education and Qualifications

  • Current California RN
  • Current BLS or CPR certification
  • Nursing degree from accredited college

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