Company Description: We are a national and state accredited human service agency responsive to the unique needs
of people with disabilities and their families through: a dedication to excellence; diverse service options;safe and healthy environments; fiscal responsibility; community partnerships; career opportunities and
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AFC/Shared Living Health Care Coordinator
BFAIR seeks an experienced MA licensed Registered Nurse to work in our AFC/Shared Living Program. Two years experience working with the elderly required.
-Facilitate quality services through adherence to agency, DDS, AFC, and DMA
standards. Adhere to the Disabled Persons Protection Commission’s Mandated Reporter
-Complete and sign the designed screening tool as required under 130 CMR 408.416 (C)
for Mass Health Payment. Complete the MDS-HC or CDS and other nursing
assessments and coordinate all other applicable clinical assessments. Review the
-Develop and review on an ongoing basis each member’s AFC plan of care.
-Select, train, evaluate and supervise AFC caregivers in conjunction with the Care
-Monitor the health status of all members to ensure that all needed AFC is properly
-Report changes in the health status of any member to the member’s physician.
-Periodic review of AFC caregiver logs.
-Conduct on-site visits with each member at the qualified setting bimonthly (alternating
with the bimonthly visit by the care manager) for Level I and monthly or more often as
the member’s condition warrants for Level II.
-Complete nursing progress note corresponding with each on-site visit or encounter, or
more often as the member’s condition warrants.
-Submit a semiannual health-status report to the member’s primary care physician.
-Plan for and implement discharges from the AFC program.
-Conduct an orientation for each AFC caregiver before the AFC caregiver begins
-Provide ongoing training to AFC caregivers on health and aging and ensure other
required trainings are met.
MA RN license
Minimum two year's experience working with the elderly