RNAC-Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator/MDS

FutureCare Facility
FutureCare Corporate
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


At FutureCare our RNAC-Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator/MDS are part of our interdisciplinary team of nurses who play a vital role in adequately collecting and assessing data on our residents to ensure specific elements are encoded in the MDS and submitted to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.   


Voted 12 years in a row in The Baltimore Sun as “Top Workplaces” and recognized in US Newsweek as “Best Nursing Homes”, FutureCare stands out as a leader in managing health care across a continuum of care. We are known for recognizing hard work and dedication and reward our team members for their compassion and care.  We also offer a Competitive Salary, Excellent Benefits Package, Nurse Retention Bonus, Flex/Advance Pay, Tuition Reimbursement, Career Growth Ladder, Employee Referral Bonus Program, Employee Assistance, 401K Plan. 


Join FutureCare today! We are hiring qualified RNACs (RN MDS Assessment Coordinator) in Maryland


***$7,500 Sign-On Bonus***


What you will do:

  • Oversee and coordinate the development and accurate completion of the MDS in accordance with current RAI processes, Federal and state regulations.  
  • Collaborate with the Interdisciplinary Team and monitor clinical documentation to provide accurate and timely MDS scheduling and completion.
  • Partner with IDT to evaluate Quality Measures.
  • Review completed MDS assessments for accuracy, to include utilizing MDS software to review any coding inconsistencies and opportunities, prior to locking MDS assessments.
  • Facilitate MDS electronic submission to occur per State regulations.
  • Participates in family/resident care plan conferences.


We are looking for detail-oriented nurses who are team players, with:

  • Active RN licensure to work in Maryland (Maryland or Compact State).
  • 3+ years’ experience as an MDS-Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator to include ICD-10 coding experience.
  • Progressive nursing experience preferably in a resident assessment environment.
  • Must possess managerial and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient understanding of PDPM and clinical documentation requirements.
  • Ability to build positive relationships and work cooperatively with an interdisciplinary team.
  • A willingness to both learn and teach, with adaptability to make changes when needed.
  • In-depth experience and knowledge with PDPM and CMI as related to Medicare and Medicaid service reimbursements.


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