Top Reasons to Work at AdventHealth Care Center Orlando North
AdventHealth Care Centerâ™s mission to âœExtend the Healing Ministry of Christâ
The opportunity and encouragement to truly care for and love the patients/residents they serve
The opportunity to work with like-minded co-workers who believe and support the organizationâ™s mission
The patient-centric focus of meeting the needs of the patient/residents
Being part of a large healthcare organization where we can be âœGreater as a Wholeâ
Work Hours/Shift: Full-time
You Will Be Responsible For:
Knowledge of federal, state, and local government regulations and legislation and their impact on health care service.
Knowledge of the Minimum Data Set, Resource Utilization Groups (RUGs), Triggers, Care Area Assessment (CAAs), Plan of Care, Discharge Plan, Skilling Criteria, and documentation requirement per regulations and legislation.
Reviews resident referral information from a variety of sources.
Assist Director with look back periods and informing the interdisciplinary team regarding changes in the look back periods for the MDS completion including the âœsignificant changeâ MDS.
Assist Director with the MDS team on look back periods and informs the interdisciplinary team regarding changes in the look back periods for the MDS completion including the âœsignificant changeâ MDS.
Assist Director with the admission RUG category for payment for the initial five-day medical MDS in collaboration with the Admission designee and the MDS team.
Assist Director with managing RUG categories by monitoring and capturing care/treatments rendered to residents and recording it.
Assist Director with establishing MDS schedules for each resident and coordinating the timely completion of ancillary analysis with all team members.
Assist Director with insuring the MDSâ™s are encoded, edited, locked, and electronically transmitted within the required time frames and that any errors or issues are effectively resolved.
Ability to perform physical, mental, and psychosocial analysis on all residents and accurately reflect findings in each MDS.
Ability to develop and revise and individualized plans of care based on residentâ™s current needs and response to current treatments.
What You Will Need:
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Current Basic Life Support (CPR) certification from a certified instructor requiring live return demonstration, such as the American Heart Association is preferred, and required to be obtained within the first 30 days after employment
Current or Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse (LPN/LVN) in the state practicing
MDS Certification by the American Association of Nursing Assessment Coordinators (AANAC) or the equivalent is preferred or must be obtained within 90 days of employment
Works independently to coordinate, audit and oversee functions of the Minimum Data Set (MDS)
and resident care analysis process to assure compliance with federal and state requirements, and to certify timely completion of MDS analysis. Monitors the assignment of residents to Resource Utilization Groups (RUGs) and the payment periods associated with the MDS schedules. Develops and maintains on-going MDS schedules for each resident. Uses independent judgment and decision making in analyzing residents' physical and mental function and documents data on minimum data set forms completely and accurately to insure accurate billing of residents' accounts; documents all additional analysis required completely and accurately; determines appropriate referrals to other health care professionals; and uses resident analysis protocols to determine whether to proceed or not proceed. Attends assigned committee meetings to represent the MDS department. May coordinate work schedules of one or more other MDS Nurse(s). As a licensed nurse working in a skilled nursing facility may be called upon during critical or emergency situations to perform general nursing duties.
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.