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Are you passionate about caregiving? Would you like to work with the best team in the world? If so, apply with us today.
We build on trust, respect, customer focus, compassion, diplomacy, appreciation and strong communication skills to shape the culture in our workplace. Diversicare team members play a critical role in fostering an environment of Service Excellence, which we extend to all those we are privileged to serve.
If you wish to make a difference in the lives of our patients and residents, APPLY NOW!
To learn more, please apply here or you can contact Danielle Pignetti at 571-215-7918, or.
Full Time Benefits include:
Excellent 401k plan
Vacation, Holiday, and Sick Time
Long and Short Term Disability
Employee Assistance Program
DiversICARE - employee hardship fund
Pay advancement program - OnShift Wallet
Diversicare provides post-acute care services to patients and residents at 62 skilled nursing and long-term care centers in nine states, primarily in the Southeast, Midwest and Southwest United States. Together, with our team of dedicated healthcare professionals, we leverage our diverse strengths to provide each patient and resident with healthcare serves that best meet their needs.
It is Diversicare’s Mission to “Improve every life we touch by providing exceptional healthcare and exceeding expectations.”
We are guided to excellence by five Core Values: Integrity, Excellence, Compassion, Teamwork and Stewardship, as well as 12 Service Standards.
We build on trust, respect, customer focus, compassion, diplomacy, appreciation and strong communication skills to shape the culture in our workplace. Diversicare team members play a critical role in fostering an environment of Service Excellence. Our Service Standards are in place to offer support. They lead us to what matters most to our company: creating a warm, caring, safe and professional environment for our customers and each other.
Our culture of impassioned service delivery is the Diversicare Difference .
Coordinate the RAI Process.
Work in Collaboration with the interdisciplinary team to assess the needs of the patient/resident
Coordinates and conducts the daily Case Management meeting.
Ensures accurate and timely MDS assessments according to state and federal regulations.
Ensures interdisciplinary team completes designated sections of the MDS assessment.
Ensures and completes accurate coding of the MDS assessment with information obtained via medical record review, observation and interview with center staff, patients, residents and family members.
Ensures documentation is available to support accurate coding of the MDS assessment.
Maintains the tracking system of MDS assessment schedules (time frames and due dates).
Utilizes electronic systems (i.e. TSI) to audit MDS assessments per company guidelines.
Coordinates Care Plan conferences with the interdisciplinary team, patient, residents and families.
Obtain, review and maintain all State and Federal reports, making appropriate corrections timely.
Monitors Quality Measures and ensures that MDSs are accurate to support and reflect the Quality Measures.
Provides education related to the RAI Process
Coordinates and completes electronic submission of required documentation to the State data base and other entities per company guidelines and State and Federal regulations.
Ensures Medicare and Medicaid regulatory guidelines are completed accurately and timely (i.e.: certifications, denial letters, skilled documentation, coverage criteria, etc…)
Provides Managed Care case management at the center level
Reviews Additional Documentation Requests (ADRs) with Health Information Management Coordinator (HIMC) to ensure all documents are available and meet the request.
Participates in billing reviews (Triple Check) to ensure claims have supporting MDS assessments documents.
Participates in Quality Assurance and Process Improvement Activities.
Continues to update knowledge base related to Medicare, Managed Care, Medicaid, RAI Process and computer technology updates.
MUST HAVE AT LEAST TWO YEARS OF MDS EXPERIENCE*
Must hold current registered nursing license in the state of employment.
Experience in Long Term Care preferred.
Computer skills such as Data Entry and Word processing required. Working knowledge of the MDS 3.0 (current version of minimum data set).
Must be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations and guidelines that pertain to skilled nursing facilities.
Must possess the ability to plan, organize, develop, implement and interpret the programs, goals, objectives, policies and procedures that are necessary for providing quality care.
Job ID 2020-35647
Type Regular Full-Time
Location Name Lake Highlands Nursing & Rehab
Address 9009 White Rock Trail
Job Post Information* : External Company Name Diversicare Therapy Services