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Table 3 Multiple regression model analysis of net benefit of inpatient care by types of medical insurance schemes for urban and rural residents

From: The inequality of inpatient care net benefit under integration of urban-rural medical insurance systems in China

  NRCMS URBMI URRBMI
Coef. SD Coef. SD Coef. SD
Gender, ref.: Male 0.21** 0.09 0.09*** 0.01 0.06* 0.04
Age, ref.:≤44
 45–59 0.07 0.11 −0.08 0.14 −0.03* 0.02
  ≥ 60 0.31*** 0.04 0.18** 0.09 0.17* 0.09
Marital status, ref.: married −0.41*** 0.08 −0.29*** 0.06 −0.17*** 0.02
Employment/retirement status, ref.: employment
 Retirement 0.44 0.46 0.28** 0.14 −0.31 0.29
 Unemployment or student −0.13 0.16 −0.08 0.07 −0.21 0.24
Educational level, ref.: Under primary school
 Junior 0.11 0.14 0.17** 0.08 0.18** 0.09
 High school or above 0.34*** 0.07 0.48** 0.23 0.44*** 0.11
Chronic, ref.: No chronic 1.28*** 0.04 1.34*** 0.43 1.59*** 0.31
Health status(EQ-VAS: self-reported), ref.: Excellent
 Good 0.23 0.35 0.43 0.51 0.37 0.31
 Medium 0.77 0.68 0.92* 0.48 0.65 0.57
 Poor 1.26*** 0.14 1.61*** 0.30 1.19*** 0.21
 Very poor 1.41** 0.70 1.84*** 0.19 1.32** 0.62
Distance to the medical institution, ref.:< 1 km 0.03* 0.02 −0.04 0.06 −0.07 0.11
Willingness to seek inpatient care, ref: Primary care hospital
 General hospital or TCM hospital (Traditional Chinese Medicine) 0.33** 0.15 0.29*** 0.07 0.41*** 0.08
 Per capita income 0.09*** 0.01 0.03** 0.01 0.02** 0.01
  1. Note: Estimates were weighted using individual sampling weights and adjusted for individual responses
  2. *** implies p-value < 0.01, ** indicates p-value < 0.05, * implies p-value < 0.1