An MDS coordinator (Minimal Data Set) is responsible for gathering information on a healthcare facility's current and future patients for future assessment, including physical and mental states. MDS coordinators assess charts and communicate with health care teams to create applicable health care plans for their current and incoming residents. An MDS coordinator usually works in a nursing home or other healthcare facility.
A bachelor's degree in Nursing along with a valid state nursing license is required to begin a career as an MDS coordinator. Successful MDS coordinators possess strong organizational and communication skills.
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