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Medicare nurses manage the cases of Medicare patients. They frequently work with patients aged 65 and older, but also treat patients with end stage renal disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease and people with disabilities who have Medicare insurance.
Medicare nursing positions are invaluable to Medicare facilities, because they play a vital role in ensuring the facility gets the correct reimbursement. They may perform pre-admission assessments, establish care plans, work with social services, authorize medical billing and identify benefit eligibility.
In many facilities, Medicare nurse jobs have some of the same functions as MDS positions. MDS, a process mandated by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services for all patients in Medicare or Medicaid certified medical facilities, is a carefully documented clinical assessment of patients to help staff identify health problems.
To qualify for Medicare nurse jobs, candidates need to be an RN with clinical experience. Usually, long-term care experience can help prepare nurses for these roles. Check out Medicare nurse positions today at ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs to find the best nursing positions in top facilities nationwide. From building your resume to searching for jobs to getting customized email alerts about positions you’re interested in, ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs is your one-stop-shop for job hunting.