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Table 3 Results of the Pooled Cross Sectional Analysis (n = 368)

From: Trends of increase in western medical services in traditional medicine hospitals in china

Dependent Variable Independent Variable Coef. 95% C.I. P-Value R-square
Lab test revenue as a percent of total revenue      0.33
  constant 4.65% (4.05, 5.23) <.001  
  type = TCM -1.01% (-1.61, -0.41) 0.001  
  year = 2004 1.24% (0.72, 1.77) <.001  
  type*year 0.18%   0.636  
Surgical revenue as a percent of total revenue      0.18
  constant 5.40% (4.25, 6.55) <.001  
  type = TCM -1.96% (-3.12, -0.80) 0.001  
  year = 2004 2.43% (1.41, 3.46) <.001  
  type*year 1.15%   0.121  
TCM drug revenue as a percent of total revenue for outpatient care      0.48
  constant 5.26% (2.76, 7.75) <.001  
  type = TCM 14.47% (11.95, 16.98) <.001  
  year = 2004 -1.39%   0.219  
  type*year -4.57% (-7.72, -1.41) 0.005  
TCM drug revenue as a percent of total revenue for inpatient care      0.27
  constant 2.32% (1.35, 3.29) <.001  
  type = TCM 2.75% (1.77, 3.73) <.001  
  year = 2004 -0.82% (-1.68, 0.04) 0.062  
  type*year -0.65%   0.299  
Western drug revenue as a percent of total revenue for outpatient care      0.26
  constant 18.59% (16.56, 20.62) <.001  
  type = TCM 1.21%   0.169  
  year = 2004 -3.98% (-5.33, -2.64) <.001  
Western drug revenue as a percent of total revenue for inpatient care      0.40
  constant 23.92% (21.87, 25.97) <.001  
  type = TCM -8.94% (-11.00, -6.88) <.001  
  year = 2004 0.45%   0.629  
  type*year 1.76%   0.18  
  1. Coef. - regression coefficients; 95 C.I. - 95% confidence interval for regression coefficient.
  2. The model controlled covariates including the number of staffed beds, hospital level, and region of hospital located.