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IRF-PAI Assistant- Part Time

at RehabCare in Newton, Kansas, United States

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Summary: The IRF-PAI Assistant provides support to the IRF-PAI Coordinator and/or Program Director/ Designee for oversight and coordination of the timely and accurate completion of the Patient Assessment Instrument for each rehabilitation inpatient. This individual gathers, enters and edits the information contained in the PAI for each patient with review by a clinician to assure accuracy in the scoring of functional status and reflection of the patient's care needs. In addition, this position may assist in the ongoing monitoring of identified benchmarks for the inpatient population. The Patient Assessment Instrument Assistant has access to confidential patient information and maintains confidentiality of all information. Qualifications: Education: * High School Diploma or GED Equivalent Experience: * Previous experience working in inpatient rehabilitation is preferred Essential Functions: * Support in coordination of the IRF-PAI completion with the interdisciplinary team. * Gathering and input of data, transmission of data to Medicare. * Assists with education of staff regarding PPS and FIMS/Quality Indicators (QIs). * Assists with monitoring and management of CMS compliance. * Routine internal contacts include all clinical members of the interdisciplinary team. * External contacts are employees of the client facility. * Other duties as assigned Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: * Approximate percent of time required to travel: 0%
Qualifications
Summary: The IRF-PAI Assistant provides support to the IRF-PAI Coordinator and/or Program Director/ Designee for oversight and coordination of the timely and accurate completion of the Patient Assessment Instrument for each rehabilitation inpatient. This individual gathers, enters and edits the information contained in the PAI for each patient with review by a clinician to assure accuracy in the scoring of functional status and reflection of the patient's care needs. In addition, this position may assist in the ongoing monitoring of identified benchmarks for the inpatient population. The Patient Assessment Instrument Assistant has access to confidential patient information and maintains confidentiality of all information. Qualifications: Education: * High School Diploma or GED Equivalent Experience: * Previous experience working in inpatient rehabilitation is preferred Essential Functions: * Support in coordination of the IRF-PAI completion with the interdisciplinary team. * Gathering and input of data, transmission of data to Medicare. * Assists with education of staff regarding PPS and FIMS/Quality Indicators (QIs). * Assists with monitoring and management of CMS compliance. * Routine internal contacts include all clinical members of the interdisciplinary team. * External contacts are employees of the client facility. * Other duties as assigned Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: * Approximate percent of time required to travel: 0%

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Job Posting: 12090501

Posted On: Jun 23, 2022

Updated On: Jun 23, 2022