Proactive’s team includes certified MDS/RAI coordinators, Health Facility Administrators, former corporate Clinical Nurse Specialists, Therapy Operations Directors and Compliance Officers.
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We’re open to growing our team with talented, innovative individuals who have a passion for quality care and a history of successfully leading change in the SNF environment. A minimum of five years experience in SNF operations and licensure as an RN is required with RAC-CT preferred. Submit your resume to info@proactivemedicalreview.
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“Proactive is simply outstanding in my book. Shelly and Amie are the epitome of professionalism. Their expertise in all the complex and ever changing issues that we deal with in long-term care has been invaluable to us. I don’t know what we would have done without the templates, policy review, guidance and training they were able to provide. They went above and beyond to help us through a very serious and urgent matter with a State Survey and for that I will be eternally grateful. On top of all that, each time I have contacted Proactive with a question or a need, their response time has been downright impressive. We will not hesitate to call on Proactive any time we are faced with a challenge that requires more expertise or resources than we have in-house.” Click here to read more testimonials.
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Ask Proactive – Do we have to place new admissions in transmission based precautions for 14 days after admission if we have a negative COVID-19 test at the time of admission?
Q: Do we have to place new admissions in transmission-based precautions for 14 days after admission if we have a negative COVID-19 test at the time of admission? A: Yes, Per the CDC, new admissions should be placed in a single-person room or in a separate...