Luther Woods Nursing & Rehab Center

West 313 County Line Road, Hatboro PA 19040



Job Description

The MDS Coordinator (RNAC) is accountable for coordinating and overseeing the full collaborative, interdisciplinary assessment and care planning process in a skilled nursing facility. The RNAC supports person-directed care and facilitates this through the assessment and care planning process.

Job Requirements

Possesses current State Professional Nurse License (RN), gerontological certification preferred, working knowledge of MDS 3.0, CAAs, Care Area Triggers, Resource Utilization Groups (RUGs), Case Mix Indices and the care planning process. Knowledge of Long Term Care State and Federal regulations, Medicare, Managed Care and Medicaid reimbursements preferred. Ability to utilize computer and associated electronic health record software required.

Posted 10/9/19

Manatawny Manor, A Diakon Lutheran Senior Living Community - Located just outside of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, Manatawny Manor is filled with energy and friendship. With more than 35 years of service, we are proud to continue a rich tradition of providing exceptional care and services to our residents. Manatawny Manor has a high demand of resident admissions and is seeking skilled and caring individuals to be part of Diakon’s Many Hands. One Heart. team, who recently celebrated 150 years of service. The Manatawny staff makes the campus one of the highest-rated senior living facilities in the area. At Manatawny Manor, you will begin your career by attending a highly comprehensive orientation and training program that includes a focus on customer service. We are greatly invested in our employees and believe in providing growth through our tuition assistance, wellness and customer service excellence programs.


Full-Time, Day Shift


General Responsibilities:

Supports the Director of Nursing with the documentation of efficient and effective nursing care, while partnering with nursing team to achieve positive clinical outcomes and patient/family satisfaction.

Responsible for facilitating the implementation of the MDS care delivery model and processes, mentoring of staff, coordination and communication with other departments, including the Nursing Restorative Program.

Identifies and monitors skilled documentation protocols and assists with staff education where appropriate.

Education/Training: Current State license to practice as a Registered Nurse required

Experience: A minimum of two (2) years' experience in related nursing positions preferred.

ADA: Ability to sit, stand, lift, bend, reach, push, and pull items weighing up to 50 lbs.; visual and auditory skills.


Compensation and Benefits:

Diakon offers a competitive compensation and benefits package for Full-Time and Part-Time employees. Day 1 Benefits include medical, dental, vision, and prescription drug coverage. We also offer tuition assistance, generous paid time off, 401(k) plan with employer match, voluntary short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance and the ability to earn referral bonuses up to $3,000.


Staff receive excellent training through a comprehensive paid general orientation including customer service training. We offer continuing training and education, provide the ability for career advancement, and host staff appreciation and special events. Diakon also maintains a discretionary emergency fund, which can be of assistance to staff members during critical times. In addition, Diakon offers a Love of Thy Neighbor Fund, which provides a per-day living expense and matches up to five PTO days for approved service or mission trips with other nonprofit organizations.


Diakon is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/M/F/VETS/Disabled


 10/9/19 posted

Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator (RNAC) 


Barclay Friends, a premier not-for-profit nursing and post-acute rehab community, is seeking a full-time RNAC to join the Health Services department to coordinate the completion, transmission and monitoring of the MDS assessment process in accordance with State, Federal and Barclay Friends standards. The RNAC also assesses residents, completes triggers, protocols, and care plans associated with the MDS for each resident in the skilled nursing unit. Acts as the facility appointed Infection Preventionist. Other job duties may be assigned as needed. 

This is a full-time, exempt position. The typical position hours are Monday-Friday, 7am-3:30pm. This position includes additional hours on an as-needed basis. Requires a flexible work schedule, ability to work all three shifts. 

Interested candidates must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current licensure by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Registered Nurse. Minimum of two years’ experience as a professional nurse in long-term care required.  Must be computer literate and demonstrate the ability to utilize the electronic medical record and assist in daily management of associated functions and systems according to policy and procedure. Knowledge of MatrixCare preferred. Must have strong clinical assessment and leadership skills. Must have an understanding of PDPM. Must demonstrate the ability to work as a team member and be detail oriented. Must have effective problem solving, writing and interpersonal skills. 


Interested candidates can apply directly on-line at www.bf.kendal.org, click on employment, click on “Open Positions” and click on the desired position area/title. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Cori Leary, Human Resources Director, via phone at 610-918-3427 or via e-mail at cleary@bf.kendal.org  


The Kendal Corporation and Kendal affiliatesoperate on the principle of equal opportunity for all qualified persons regardless of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law in evaluating any person for employment, training, compensation, promotion, or termination. We operate in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. EOE/ADA 


    9/11/19 posted

    County of Bucks, Neshaminy Manor 

    1660 Easton Road, Warrington, PA 18976 





    Health Information Technician – FT days with County benefits 

    Qualifications:  LPN/RN or RHIT/RHIA credentialed 

                   ICD-10 coding proficiency 



    Neshaminy Manor is the 360 bed sub-acute/skilled care facility owned and operated by the County of Bucks.  

    Working in a spacious office, this HIM position is primarily responsible for analysis of medical record documentation, assignment of accurate ICD-10 codes, completion of portions of the MDS and maintenance of the diagnosis list, all within our electronic charting system (ECS).  Additional job diversity of QI auditing and performing other HIM functions are also expected.   

    Teamwork is paramount within this boutique department which consists of three HIM employeesSix Unit Secretaries are an extension of the department stationed on each of the 60 bed Nursing Units.  

    SALARY RANGE:  $55,598 – 57,834+. 

    COMPENSATION: County and Union benefits equivalent to an $18,000 benefit package including pension, and medical/dental/vision.  14 paid holidays, vacation and sick time accrual.  Starting salary with increase in 6 months and a COL increase in January per Union contract. 

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Organizational skills with attention to detail is a priority.  Typing and computer skills.  Pleasant can-do attitude and ability to work cohesively in a team atmosphere.  


    Connie Plies, RHIT BS, Director HIM 



    Suzanne P. Weaver, BSN RN RHIT, Director CO 



    Posted 8/26/19

    Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 970 Colonial Avenue, York, PA 17403

    (717) 845-2661

    $2,500 Sign on Bonus

    RNAC - Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator

    FT 1st Shift - Monday through Friday

    The RNAC is directly responsible for compliance with the Medicare and Medicaid programs, as well as, the compliance with Federal and State regulations related to the MDS, RAI and care planning processes and ensures that the automated submission process is completed timely and accurately. This position coordinates and is accountable for the completion and accuracy of the mandated RAI process. The RNAC also serves as the case manager for managed care insurance clients to ensure continued coverage and payment for services rendered. The RNAC assures all MDS related training/educational needs of the staff are provided.



    Angela Raudebaugh

    Director of Human Resources


    Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

    970 Colonial Avenue

    York, PA  17403

    Ph (717) 815-6152  Fax (717) 659-5063



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    Posted 6/30/19

    Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line – 100 Halcyon Drive, Media, PA 19063

    Full-time Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator (RNAC) 

    The Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator (RNAC) provides for the initial assessment and periodic re-evaluation of all residents admitted to Skilled Nursing. Conduct Interdisciplinary Team Care Conference and implement and update resident Plan of Care.


    Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator (RNAC) Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Ensure accuracy of all sections of Multiple Data Set (MDS) coding to maximize company reimbursement consistent with the levels of treatment delivered and required for appropriate patient / resident care (CMI).
    • Ensure accuracy of clinical paperwork (assessment and accompanying documentation) to maximize company reimbursement consistent with the levels of treatment delivered and required for appropriate patient / resident care.
    • Nursing Educator: – Serve as a primary trainer to the nursing department to ensure documentation is accurate, timely, and thorough. This requires high levels of in-person interfacing with both residents and employees.
    • Nurse Management: Serves as a key member of the nursing leadership team to clinically manage the unit in order to maximize patient-centered outcomes. This includes engagement in leadership standups and influence within interdisciplinary teams.
    • Case management w/ managed care (maximize therapy and nursing services provided to residents in order to maximize patient-centered outcomes)
    • This position manages clinical and financial record keeping and dissemination of these records to appropriate payers. This includes overseeing UMR reviews and any appeals processes.
    • Take joint ownership of care conferences with social workers.

     Reporting structure:

    • Reports directly to DoN; Dotted line reporting to Director of Rehabilitation.
    • Surrogate for DoN in managing Nurse Managers

    Skills required:

    • Knowledge / SME coding (ICD-10)

    ·         Constantly questions / Attention to detail

    ·         Revisiting assessments to ensure accuracy

    ·         Pursuit of getting it exactly right

    ·         Constantly question / validate information

    Related Experience: Minimum 2 years related experience; Knowledge of state and federal regulations and requirements under Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA).


    Education or Degree Requirement: Graduate of accredited School of Nursing; Current license with the State of Pennsylvania for Registered Nurse


    Licenses, Certifications, Registrations: Registered Nurse – licensed in State of Pennsylvania not required but highly desired; AANAC certification (desired, must have within 12 months of employment);Must maintain current CPR Certification.


    Equal Opportunity Employer

    Cara L. Kuhn

    Director of Talent Acquisition


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    626 Jacksonville Road, Suite 200

    Warminster, PA 18974

    Phone: 215-354-9586  Fax: 215-354-1435

    Mobile Phone:  267-516-0039

    Email:  ckuhn@wel.org

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