Interim MDS Coordinator- Subcontractors
Health Dimensions GroupContractor Full day
Health Dimensions Group (HDG), with headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a privately held entity that was formed in 2000. Our roots are deeply set within acute and senior care and our leadership has served a diverse group of clients for more than 20 years. HDG is governed by a board of directors and employs more than 100 staff throughout the country.
As one of the nation’s thought leaders, HDG offers expertise in consulting and management services to post-acute, long-term care, and senior living providers, as well as hospitals and health systems across the nation. HDG’s experience includes work with clients in all 50 states. Through management of 38 care communities in seven states, HDG has extensive experience with day-to-day operations of skilled nursing facilities, continuing care retirement communities, and assisted and independent living communities.
Aging services and post-acute care continue to undergo major transformation, and HDG understands the opportunities and challenges inherent with these uncertain and unsettling times. Our experienced consultants create customized approaches specific to each client’s unique circumstances to ensure they are well-positioned and equipped to navigate the landscape of change in post-acute and senior care.
Mission, Vision, and Values
Our mission is to make people’s lives better by providing great care and consulting. We believe that our residents and clients deserve our very best. We recognize that satisfaction with care and consulting services does not mean the same thing to everyone; therefore, it is imperative that we listen closely to our customers.
Our vision is to meet and exceed customers’ expectations. This does not happen by chance, but rather through the dedicated efforts of individuals, who day in and day out make great care and consulting their number one priority.
Our core values of hospitality, stewardship, integrity, respect, and humor, widely recognized and embraced, continue to be the driving force behind our actions as we carry out our mission and work toward our vision. It’s not only what we do but how we do it that makes us a national leader and trusted advisor to those we serve.
We are currently seeking dynamic and experienced nurses to serve as interim MDS Coordinators for clients throughout the United States.These interim positions include being responsible for coordinating and scheduling the individual resident assessments in accordance with facility policy, state and federal regulations. Assist the Director of Nursing, families, residents, and staff nurses with the coordination and management of individual resident care needs. This position exercises discretion and independent judgment in regards to matters of significance.
- Coordinates and completes the monthly MDS schedule for all non medicare residents with the facility.
- Coordinates and completes the monthly care conference schedule for all non medicare
residents within the facility.
- Coordinates and participates in the development of written preliminary and
comprehensive assessments of the nursing needs of each resident.
- Participates in the development of written plan of care for each resident that
identifies the problems/needs of the resident, indicates the care to be
given, goals to be accomplished, and which professional service is
responsible for each element of care.
- Participates in the resident interdisciplinary care conference.
- Revise and print all care plans on at least a quarterly basis to reflect the
current status of each resident.
- Acts as an active member of the Quality Assurance Team. On-going and
progressive orientation and education to the needs of the facility as the MDS
- Assists in coordinating in-service education programs for all staff and works with
the Director of Nursing in providing the same.
- Participates in education pursuits appropriate to job functions and to keep clinical
skills up to date.
- Participates in the developing, maintaining, and updating of our written policies and procedures.
- Current license as a Registered Nurse or LPN and able to practice in multiple states.
- Minimum of three years of previous geriatric nursing experience, preferable in a
- Strong knowledge of the MDS process
- Strong knowledge of Medicare A codes and guidelines in SNF.
- Possesses good organization ability and experience with computers.
- Excellent communication skills.
We are a values driven organization and offer a competitive wages. Please include salary requirement with application and resume.
Note: All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.