What Is a MDS Nurse?

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A MDS nurse is a nurse responsible for the delivery of care to long term patients in hospitals. MDS, which is an acronym which stands for minimum data set, involves collection of data and analysis for better care for the patient. MDS nurses are expected to be registered and licensed in the state where they work.
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