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The RAI MDS 3.0 process was developed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) to promote quality of care and for reimbursement programs. The position of a MDS Coordinator serves as a very important role in the Long-Term Care settings. Each Coordinator leads the responsibility in efficiently & accurately completing the MDS/RAI process to assure Quality of Care and to maximize reimbursement for the services rendered. Becoming a MDS Coordinator will allow you to become a part of the management team within the Long-Term care setting.
MDS Training Institute has been training successful new MDS Coordinators since 2006. We have developed a comprehensive 7 week training to especially serve new clinicians to the MDS/RAI Process.
We believe that new clinicians need ample time and practice to successfully perform in a facility as MDS Coordinators.
Program Objectives Include:
The training also includes a sample resume and tips on interviewing for positions.
We will even assist you in writing your resume! (additional fees do apply)
We offer ongoing support to each student for one year post completion of the program.
Our program has worked for several nurses obtaining positions immediately following our trainings.
Employers that advertised "experienced only" have trusted our graduates to fill their positions!
We offer convenient ways that you can obtain your personal and professional goal of becoming a MDS Coordinator
MDS Coordinator Certificate Program- Virtual Classroom (online)
MDS Coordinator Certificate Program- Classroom
Price for MDS Coordinator Certification Program
Disclosure: This program does not receive commerical support