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Table 6 Decomposition of concentration index of inpatient benefits among Urban Resident Basic Medical Insurance (URBMI) enrollees

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

  the Urban Resident Basic Medical Insurance (URBMI)
Elasticity Concentration index (CI) Contribution to CI Contribution to CI %
Gender, ref.: Male 0.1449 0.0079 0.0011 0.71%
Age, ref.:≤44
 45–59 −0.0521 0.1768 0.0092 −5.69%
  ≥ 60 0.1064 0.4858 0.0517 31.95%
Marital status, ref.: married −0.2509 − 0.0073 0.0018 1.13%
Employment/retirement status, ref.: employment
 Retirement 0.0627 0.2126 0.0133 8.24%
 Unemployment or student −0.0958 − 0.0675 0.0065 3.99%
Educational level, ref.: Under primary school
 Junior 0.1553 0.0191 0.0029 1.83%
 High school or above 0.4329 0.1079 0.0467 28.87%
 Chronic, ref.: No chronic 0.3029 0.0328 0.0099 6.14%
Health status(EQ-VAS: self-reported),ref.:Excellent
 Good 0.3854 0.0033 0.0013 0.79%
 Medium 0.2044 0.0199 0.0041 2.51%
 Poor 0.0372 −0.0853 −0.0032 −1.98%
 Very poor 0.0071 −0.1047 −0.0007 − 0.46%
Distance to the medical institution, ref.:< 1 km −0.0293 0.0279 −0.0008 − 0.51%
Willingness to seek inpatient care, ref: Primary care hospital
 General hospital or TCM hospital (Traditional Chinese Medicine) 0.2011 0.0502 0.0101 6.24%
 Per capita income 0.7231 0.0257 0.0186 11.49%
 Total     95.25%