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MDS Coordinator Positions

MDS Coordinator (Virtual or On-site prn)

The virtual or on‐site PRN MDS Coordinator will collect, review and data enter the clinical information related to the assigned MDS following federal and state mandated regulations/requirements and the current MDS 3.0 RAI guidelines.

  • Monitoring facility admissions and discharges and opening appropriate MDS tracking forms in the electronic health record (EHR).

  • Timely open and completion of all OBRA and Medicare tracking and MDS assessments within the clients EHR.

  • Timely transmissions of MDS assessments to the QIES database, monitoring validation reports, and completing modifications as needed.

  • Ensure timely completion of all MDS sections by the interdisciplinary team.

  • Ensure timely and accurate completion of any state Medicaid documents (i.e., case-mix, resident roster, audits).

  • Attend client meetings (i.e., Medicare, triple-check, etc.).

  • All other duties as assigned by client and/or RKL Senior Living Consulting management team.

  • Professional collaboration with clients with a focus on client satisfaction and retention.

  • Respond to client calls and emails in a timely manner and work with the team to provide appropriate solutions for clients.

  • Work with the RKL Senior Living Consulting management team to assist with development of client efficient MDS Department processes.

  • Keep up to date on state and federal regulations related to the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) and reimbursement changes.

  • Participate in continuous learning activities and research to improve and develop own and others technical expertise and apply learned concepts.

Education, Experience and Certifications

  • Bachelors of Science in Nursing preferred; current RN/LPN licensure required

  • 3-5 years current experience working with RAI MDS 3.0 and PDPM guidelines

  • Experience with LTC/SNF clinical documentation/ MDS software and therapy software systems

  • Prior experience in a long-term care setting required

  • Strong knowledge of HIPAA regulations

  • Strong knowledge of Federal Medicare and state Medicaid reimbursement

  • Strong knowledge/background in post-acute care regulatory compliance and reimbursement guidelines

  • Strong analytical skills and knowledge of health care industry with ability to provide solutions to meet client needs and maximize value of deliverables

  • Ability to adapt and utilize clients electronic health record (EHR)

  • Competency of Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint

  • Self-motivated and willingness to enhance accounting and advisory knowledge

  • Excellent attention to detail with the ability to manage multiple projects

Legal Nurse Consultant Opportunity

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Legal Nurse Consultant opportunity.  Will train.  Must have a minimum of five years of experience in long-term care.  Management experience preferred.  MUST have excellent writing skills, including grammar and punctuation.  Writing sample will be required before hire.  This part-time casual opportunity is expected to lead to full time within the next two years.  Excellent pay.  Current Registered Nurse license required.  Work from home or at the office in Butler, PA.  Submit resume’ to

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