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Table 4 Domain scores associated with good health compared to poor health

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

Domains OR (95 % CI) SE P-valuea
First contact and continuity 1.011(1.000–1.022) 0.006 0.054
Comprehensiveness (medical care) 1.009(1.002–1.015) 0.003 0.010
Comprehensiveness (social care) 1.010(1.002–1.018) 0.004 0.011
First contact (access) 1.008(1.003–1.013) 0.003 0.003
Coordination 1.010(1.003–1.017) 0.003 0.003
Family centeredness 1.013(1.004–1.023) 0.005 0.005
Community orientation 1.001(0.995–1.007) 0.003 0.763
Same doctor 1.003(0.998–1.007) 0.002 0.228
Stableness 0.993(0.988–0.999) 0.003 0.016
  1. Poor health: people with low self-rated health (neutral, poor or very poor)
  2. Good health: people with high self-rated health (very good, good)
  3. All models were adjusted for location, gender, age, education, income level, marital status, depression, smoking, drinking habits and exercise factors
  4. SE standard error, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  5. a P-value by multiple logistic regression analysis. Significance level is 0.05