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Table 4 Results of multivariate regression models using individual measures of patient-centered practices based on interviewee’s screening for psychological distress (PD)

From: The medical home functions of primary care practices that care for adults with psychological distress: a cross-sectional study

Patient-Centered Measures Model 1 (Controlling for patient characteristics) Model 2 (Controlling for patient andprovider characteristics)
Coefficients p- Values 95% Confidence Intervals Coefficients p- Value 95% Confidence Intervals
Uses EHR 0.313 0.295 −0.274 0.899 0.291 0.405 −0.397 0.979
EHR reminders/guidelines for providers 0.504 0.090 −0.079 1.087 0.468 0.128 −0.135 1.071
Exchanges secure messages with patients −0.192 0.335 −0.583 0.200 −0.238 0.282 −0.672 0.197
PCMH certification −0.102 0.580 −0.463 0.260 −0.216 0.245 −0.581 0.149
Case manager −0.106 0.517 −0.428 0.216 −0.284 0.092 −0.615 0.047
Contact within 48-hours of discharge −0.078 0.705 −0.483 0.327 −0.125 0.571 −0.560 0.309
Preventative care reminders for patients 0.413 0.226 −0.258 1.084 0.304 0.392 −0.395 1.002
Same day appointments −0.131 0.692 −0.783 0.521 0.033 0.925 −0.653 0.719
Multispecialty practice 0.158 0.354 −0.178 0.495 0.105 0.599 −0.287 0.496
Provider-level quality reports 0.563 0.057 −0.017 1.143 0.410 0.206 −0.228 1.048
  1. Data from MEPS, 2015 household component and medical organization survey files.
  2. Data was weighted to adjust for complex survey design and is nationally representative.
  3. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001