ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:Administrative Functions:1. Coordinate all admissions (Medicare and other direct admissions) with transfers from hospital or home to the facility.2. Tour the facility with prospective residents/family members. Assist with referrals as needed.3. Assist in the evaluation of all potential residents to ensure appropriate placement.4. Ensure proper federal, state, and facility mandated documentation is completed. Ensure all necessary Medicare and/or insurance information is available and confirmed prior to admission.5. Review admission packets for accuracy and approval. Enter new resident information into Electronic Charting System.6. Educate residents and families about the extent of Medicare and Medicaid coverage, including length of stay, amount of coverage, and co-insurance days.7. Inspect rooms for cleanliness prior to the actual admission.8. Develop and maintain relations with physicians and hospitals on an ongoing basis, including for example: providing them with Medicare updates and changes in facility procedures.9. Ensure that the budgeted census does not decrease below the established minimum.10. Periodically assess services provided by the facility; compare these to the needs of the community.11. Assess how the current services compare and contrast to those offered by other comparable facilities in the area.12. Serve as a liaison with the community.Medical Community:1. Identify services, treatments, and funding options in the Health Center.2. Develop and maintain relationships with discharge planners, physicians, and managed care organizations. Communicate with discharge planners to facilitate transfers to the Health Center. Coordinate transfers to the facility from home or other post acute facilities. Communicate bed availability to all interested parties.3. Communicate to entire team the goals, outcomes, payer authorization, and expected length of stay for the resident.4. Data collection and reporting as required (daily census).5. Determine resident satisfaction and compliance with services provided.6. Attend educational seminars to remain informed of changes in Medicare, Medicaid, MCO, and long term care regulations.7. Coordinate with Social Services on resident level of care transitions, pay status, bed holds, and discharges.8. Other duties as designated by supervisor.Westminster offers a generous compensation and benefit package, including company paid Life insurance, LTD insurance, Pension plan, Wellness Program and Fitness Center. *** Sign-On Bonus*** EOE, DFWP – “We honor those who have served.”
QualificationsDetail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done wellDedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrityFunctional Expert: Considered a thought leader on a subjectGoal Completion: Inspired to perform well by the completion of tasks Flexibility: Inspired to perform well when granted the ability to set your own schedule and goals Education Required:Bachelors or better in Nursing RN or related field.Required Experience2 years Experience: One year required in long term care, including working knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid, and managed care protocols. One year in post acute rehabilitation. Knowledge of required admission documentation and process. Medicare, Medicaid and managed care protocols. 1 year Long Term Care experience
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