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Table 2 Comparison of primary care assessment score among adult patients by self-rated health

From: Contribution of primary care to health: an individual level analysis from Tibet, China

Scales Poor health Score Mean(SE) Good health Score Mean(SE) P-valuea
First contact and continuity 88.10(0.44) 90.80(0.46) <0.01
Comprehensiveness (medical care) 79.31(0.61) 80.93(0.81) 0.11
Comprehensiveness (social care) 83.75(0.54) 86.55(0.67) <0.01
First contact (access) 65.46(0.84) 70.21(1.05) <0.01
Coordination 81.58(0.64) 84.72(0.78) <0.01
Family centeredness 85.92(0.48) 87.72(0.53) <0.05
Community orientation 74.73(0.72) 77.35(0.84) <0.05
Same doctor 71.15(0.90) 72.04(1.09) 0.53
Stableness 47.62(0.80) 45.00(0.93) <0.05
Total 79.94(0.36) 82.25(0.42) <0.01
  1. Higher value indicate a more positive experience
  2. Poor health: people with low self-rated health (neutral, poor or very poor)
  3. Good health: people with high self-rated health (very good, good)
  4. SE standard error
  5. a P-value by t test. Significance level is 0.05