Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill
  • Lafayette Hill, PA, USA
  • Full Time Day

Masonic Villages of Pennsylvania - Lafayette Hill campus - is immediately hiring a Full Time Day RN Assessment Coordinator.

With over 145 years of providing award-winning care and services across the state of PA, Masonic Villages is driven by our Mission of Love to assists individuals in realizing their potential and enjoying the highest possible quality of life.

Why Choose Masonic Villages:

Each campus is supported by corporate leaders who are fully invested in the mission and to hiring like-minded individuals who are committed to providing heartfelt customer service and invested in contributing to our team environment. When you join our team you can expect:

  • Industry-leading benefits that start day one, like a $0 cost medical coverage option for full time and part time regular positions.
  • Competitive pay rates to attract the best talent
  • Position specific Referral Bonuses
  • Free Gym Membership
  • Paid Lunch
  • Employer matched Retirement Savings with free financial planning
  • Tuition and Educational Reimbursement
  • A commitment to growing our leaders, with at least 50% of our leadership positions being filled internally throughout our entire organization.

What You'll Do:

As a RN Assessment Coordinator, you will carry out our Mission of Love by completion of resident assessments, coordination of care plan and completion of all associated documentation required by state and federal regulations governing the resident assessment process. Collaborate with ID team to coordinate resident care and care plans. Attend trainings to build understanding and capacity to undertake QAPI work. Look for and share with leadership ideas for improvement in the organization.

Our RN Assessment Coordinator is responsible for the following:

  • Reviews computerized MDS schedule and completes assessments in timely manner per RAI guidelines affixing initials to communicate completion. Schedules MDS assessments in a timely manner. Using the computer system, communicates the schedule and any other necessary information to interdisciplinary team members. Creates initial care plan meeting agenda for staff to schedule family meetings.
  • Demonstrates current knowledge of OSHA, federal, state and local regulations including OBRA; demonstrates the ability to apply and enforce them in areas of responsibility.
  • Demonstrates the ability to accurately assess residents according to RAI guidelines and the nursing process.
  • Demonstrates the ability to accurately complete and document the MDS, (OBRA, PPS) CAAS, according to RAI guidelines. Demonstrates the ability to develop resident specific care plans according to Masonic Village' policies and procedures. Keeps resident care plans individualized and updated appropriately.
  • Knowledgeable of Medicaid and Medicare A RUG criteria. Sets assessment reference dates as needed to optimize the Case Mix Index.
  • Strives to complete and data enter into the computer all required resident assessments and tracking forms required by regulations in a timely fashion, electronically or manually sign; print and place in appropriate medical record. Reports completion or signature non-compliance to the appropriate supervisor.
  • Is familiar with all current state and federal regulations related to resident assessment and care planning process and assumes responsibility for maintaining current knowledge and skills with respect to assessment process, state and federal regulations, reimbursements related to the RAI process, and technology. Maintains knowledge of facility procedures and nursing process.
  • Attends unit stand up meetings to discuss changes in condition and significant events. Attends continuing education programs. Attends unit staff meetings when needed to provide education. Leads grand rounds meetings.
  • Assists in developing and updating of procedures related to the resident assessment process; participates in quality assurance programs, assists in staff education related to documentation and RAI process; participates in Interdisciplinary Care Plan meetings when necessary.
  • Establishes and maintains collaborative communications with residents, their responsible parties, the Director of Nursing, other health care professionals and facility departments.

What You Have:

  • Graduation from an accredited school of nursing as a Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse.
  • Current LPN or RN licensure by the PA State Board of Nursing.
  • CPR certification (prior to or upon employment).
  • Basic computer knowledge required.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Learn more about working at Masonic Villages of PA at our careers page:

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