Company: Ohana Pacific Management Company
Posted on: May 3, 2021
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Caring for our Kupuna. To you, Hawaii's Healthcare
invite you to join
to serve and care for our Kupuna.
Are you looking
to work for mission driven and passionate warriors like yourself?
Looking to grow within an organization? We are Ohana Pacific
Health, Hawaii's largest, locally owned post-acute healthcare
company, we positively impact thousands of lives each year with the
"Ohana Experience", an organizational culture based on excellence
and genuine care. Our vision is to transform how healthcare is
provided throughout Hawaii.
Hale Kupuna in
locating, and recruiting talented, best qualified, and culture-add
candidates who embrace
completion of accurate MDS assessments, care plans and electronic
MDS transmission for residents. Coordinates the Interdisciplinary
Team (IDT) team in development of RAI process in accordance with
federal and state regulation. Reviews, edits, corrects, and ensures
assessments are signed appropriately signifying completeness and
accuracy of all MDS, CAA's, Care Plans and care conference notes.
Appropriately maximizes reimbursement and resident-centered quality
of care delivery based on best-practice standards of care and
accurate capture of resident acuity and complete documentation of
services provided. In collaboration with the IDT and community
leadership, provides direct clinical and reimbursement oversight
through a case management model to ensure reimbursement
maximization and high quality of care delivery from pre-admission
Full-time, Non-exempt, Day 7:00 am - 3:30 pm.
but are not limited:
managesthe restorative nursing program.
theStaffDevelopment& Infection Prevention Coordinator and ensures
appropriate coding on MDS as applicable.
conducts the development, completion and transmission of the
resident assessment in accordance with current rules, regulations,
and guidelines that govern the resident assessment, including the
implementation and completion of CAAs and
all assessments are completed, locked and transmitted in a timely
the appropriate professionals are involved in the assessment and
that the care plan identifies and addresses the needs of the
resident, includes measurable goals, timeframes, and
resident-specific approaches including delineation of the
professional discipline responsible for each element of
pre-admission reviews and admissions into the facility in
conjunction with the IDT.
coordinates the interviewing of each resident and/or family, based
upon resident's / family's ability to participate, as well as
involved caregivers for the resident's assessment. Interviews
include but are not limited to pre-admission,
day of admission, ongoing as necessary. Conducts comprehensive
chart review and assesses resident as needed to acquire updated
information for MDS, CAAs, and Care Plan completion. Ensures
necessary assessments and documentation
restraints, falls, psychotropic medication monitoring, monthly
in the medical record and reports problem areas to nursing
initial resident assessment and comprehensive care plan is
completed within required OBRA and PDPM/PPS
resident's condition and pertinent medical data to determine any
need for special assessment activities or a need to amend the
the complete resident assessment is conducted within fourteen (14)
days of a significant change in the resident's
review and revision of the resident's care plan by the
interdisciplinary team after each quarterly review or other
assessment, assuring that the care plan is evaluated and revised in
accordance with state and federal guidelines.
IDT Medicare meeting to include appropriate capture of RUGs;
monitoring of all Medicare Part A and Part B residents; monitoring
of 30, 60 and 100-day windows and ensuring appropriate level of
care process is followed.
facility CMI report monthly.
conjunction with Social Services, the scheduling of resident care
plan meetings and family conferences.
participates in discharge plans from time of admission by
coordinating efforts with IDT, practitioners, residents, and
Management Team and Staff meetings as required.
Graduate of an
accredited school of nursing.
Minimum of 1
nursing experience required.
medical terminology and abbreviation required.
as a Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse in the State
RAC-CT through the American AssociationofNurseAssessment
experience and /or case management experience
with computers and word processing programs
geriatrics and current nursing standards of practice
an MDS Nurse preferred.
First Aid and
CPR preferred. (can be done in-house).
current medical/health screening including 2 step TB
(can be done in-house).
For immediate consideration, please
apply through our website at
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