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Table 5 Regression results for physical functions of the elderly in 2010

From: Outcome-based health equity across different social health insurance schemes for the elderly in China

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
  Beta (SE) Beta (SE) Beta (SE) Beta (SE)
Age −0.404 (0.007)*** −0.404 (0.007)*** −0.404 (0.007)*** −0.404 (0.007)***
Sex (male = 1) 0.032 (0.100)*** 0.031 (0.100)*** 0.031 (0.100)*** 0.031 (0.100)***
Education 0.087 (0.055)*** 0.084 (0.055)*** 0.084 (0.055)*** 0.084 (0.055)***
Individual income 0.023 (0.000)* 0.020 (0.000)* 0.020 (0.000)* 0.020 (0.000)*
Numbers of chronic disease −0.159 (0.025)*** −0.159 (0.025)*** −0.159 (0.025)*** −0.159 (0.025)***
Social support 0.047 (0.002)*** 0.046 (0.002)*** 0.046 (0.002)*** 0.046 (0.002)***
UEBMI Reference 0.076 (0.175)*** 0.093 (0.133)*** 0.092 (0.260)***
URBMI −0.041 (0.173)*** Reference 0.011 (0.164) 0.010 (0.269)
NCMS −0.088 (0.132)*** −0.017 (0.164) Reference −0.001 (0.252)
Uninsured −0.028 (0.303)*** −0.006 (0.316) −0.001 (0.296) Reference
Adjust R Square 0.247 0.247 0.247 0.247
Observations 13529 13529 13529 13529
  1. UEBMI is a reference in Model 1, URBMI is a reference in Model 2, NCMS is a reference in Model 3, and the uninsured group is a reference in Model 4
  2. SE standard error
  3. ***p < 0.001; *p < 0.05
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