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Table 1 Proportion of households experiencing catastrophic health expenditure

From: Catastrophic health expenditure and its determinants in Kenya slum communities

Indicators *Model 1A: WHO capacity to pay approach Model 1B: WHO capacity to pay approach Model 2: OOP as percent of household income
Catastrophic 30 1441 [1.52%]2 (0.123)3 146 [1.55%] (0.123) 1745 [18.46%] (0.388)
Catastrophic 20 254 [2.69%] (0.162) 255 [2.70%] (0.162) 1860 [19.67%] (0.398)
Catastrophic 15 383 [4.05%] (0.197) 388 [4.11%] (0.198) 1969 [20.83%] (0.406)
Catastrophic 10 571 [6.04%] (0.238) 575 [6.09%] (0.239) 2155 [22.80%] (0.420)
Catastrophic 05 - - 2683 [28.38%] (0.451)
Subsistence expenditure {6439.4}4 (1400.4) {6591.9} (1943.9) -
Mean capacity to pay {11549.5} (12126.9) {11513.6} (120049.2) -
Poor household 644 [6.8%] (0.252) 697 [7.37] (0.261) -
  1. Notes: 1Indicates the number of households reporting the event. 2Placed in [..] is the percentage of households reporting CHE. 3Placed in (..) is the standard deviation. 4Placed in {..} is the mean of the stated row variable.
  2. Models 1 is based on the Xu [1] procedure described in the text with varying level of household scale multiplier. *Model 1A uses household scale multiplier β = 0.41, and 45th – 55th percentile to compute subsistence expenditure. Model 1B household scale multiplier β = 0.56, and 45th – 55th percentile to compute subsistence expenditure.