Registered Nurse Karolee Kenison-Alexander, RN, RAC-CT Provides Care for the Minnesota Area

New York City, Mar 29, 2019 ( – Karolee Kenison-Alexander is a Registered Nurse, Certified MDS (Minimum Data Set) Coordinator, and Director of Clinical and Reimbursement Consulting with Pathway Health. MDS coordinators, also known as nurse assessment coordinators, use these results to formulate and implement individual care plans for residents. She holds expertise in Geriatric Nursing and Consultation.

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Pathway Health is a professional management and consulting organization serving clients in the long-term care and post-acute care industry. Since their founding in 1997, Pathway Health has been keeping a pulse on clinical, regulatory, quality, and reimbursement trends to keep their clients on the path to success.

Karolee practices as a Director of Nurse Consultants for the largest post-acute care consulting firm in the United States. She oversees the consulting work of clinical and reimbursement expert nurses for nursing homes, hospice, and assisted living agencies in all 50 states. She provides education for National and State post-acute care provider associations and private customers.

Additionally, she writes with the McKnights long term care news. She also writes policy, procedures and teaching materials for Pathway Health and National and State post-acute care associations.

Karolee graduated with her Nursing degree and as a Registered Nurse from The Department of Nursing at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in 1976, giving her over four decades of experience in her field.

Karolee remains a professional member of the The American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination and the American Nurses Association. The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the premier organization representing the interests of the nation’s 4 million registered nurses. ANA is at the forefront of improving the quality of health care for all. Founded in 1896, and with members in all 50 states and U.S. territories, ANA is the strongest voice for the profession.

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Karolee chose a career in nursing as she feels that applying the nursing process can really be useful in any endeavor as it promotes critical thinking and problem-solving. She wanted to be in a helping profession where she could make a difference in people’s lives. She attributes her professional success to her desire for continuous learning and willingness to act outside her comfort zone, and the support and mentoring she has received throughout her career from other professionals.

When not working, she enjoys cooking and having family time.

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