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afi advanced care home health, llc

  • 327 west 1000 noth, suite 1
  • layton, UT 84041
  • Phone: 801-546-7417
  • Medicare Provider #: 467250
  • Medicare Certified: 8/26/2008
  • Ownership Type: Proprietary
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Services Offered

  •   Skilled Nursing
  •   Physical Therapy
  •   Occupational Therapy
  •   Speech Pathology
  •   Medical Social Worker
  •   Home Health Aide

About This Agency:

The AFI Hospice team believes patients need to be enabled to preside over their own dying. The AFI Hospice team will center their focus on patient's priorities and serve their needs. Knowing that freedom and dignity can be impaired by severe physical and emotional distress, AFI Hospice will seek to relieve pain and suffering in the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual realms. AFI Hospice is committed to patient-centered care, professional and timely management of symptoms and comfort. AFI Hospice will be that advocate for patients who choose a peaceful, dignified end of life surrounded by family and loved ones. 

 We also offer medications, equipment and supplies that are related to the hospice diagnosis. 

Our licensed home care program offers skilled nurses and home health aides to provide a variety of medical and personal care needs to patients in Cache, Box Elder, Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, and Utah counties.

Our licensed home care program allows patients with short-term needs or chronic conditions to remain in their own homes. We provide services for the frail elderly, developmentally disabled, patients recovering from surgery or illness, as well as those living with long-term disability or illness.

Quality of Care Report    Updated 9-12-16

Description of Measure
Agency Score
State Average
For patients with diabetes, how often the home health team got doctor’s orders, gave foot care, and taught patients about foot care
97 %
92 %
 
How often home health patients had to be admitted to the hospital
14 %
14 %
 
How often patients got better at bathing
74 %
76 %
 
How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed
76 %
65 %
 
How often patients got better at taking their drugs correctly by mouth
46 %
62 %
 
How often patients got better at walking or moving around
66 %
71 %
 
How often patients had less pain when moving around
50 %
65 %
 
How often patients receiving home health care needed any urgent, unplanned care in the hospital emergency room - without being admitted to the hospital
6 %
13 %
 
How often patients’ breathing improved
77 %
74 %
 
How often the home health team began their patients’ care in a timely manner
84 %
94 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients for depression
100 %
98 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients for pain
100 %
99 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients for the risk of developing pressure sores (bed sores)
94 %
98 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients’ risk of falling
100 %
99 %
 
How often the home health team included treatments to prevent pressure sores (bed sores) in the plan of care
98 %
98 %
 
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a flu shot for the current flu season
66 %
72 %
 
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a pneumococcal vaccine (pneumonia shot)
71 %
76 %
 
How often the home health team taught patients (or their family caregivers) about their drugs
97 %
93 %
 
How often the home health team took doctor-ordered action to prevent pressure sores (bed sores)
100 %
98 %
 
How often the home health team treated their patients’ pain
100 %
98 %
 

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