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Table 4 Adjusted Odds Ratios of Step-wise Interventions Predictive of Patient Clinical Compliance in a Multivariate Logistic Regression Model with Intervention Interaction Analysis

From: Common step-wise interventions improved primary care clinic visits and reduced emergency department discharge failures: a large-scale retrospective observational study

  Adjusted Odds Ratios (95% Confidence Interval)
Age 1.02 1.02–1.02
Race
 Caucasian Reference Reference
 Non-Caucasian 1.04 1.02–1.07
Homeless
 No Reference Reference
 Yes 1.11 1.06–1.16
Vital Signs upon ED Discharge
 Normal Reference Reference
 Abnormal 1.03 0.99–1.07
Patient Level of Acuity
 High Acuity level (ESI1–3) Reference Reference
 Low Acuity Level (ESI4–5) 0.98 0.95–1.02
Patient with Chronic Diseases
 No Reference Reference
 Yes 1.07 1.04–1.09
Insurance type
 No insurance Reference Reference
 Charity 4.51 4.35–4.67
 Medicare 2.23 2.13–2.33
 Medicaid 2.01 1.94–2.08
 Commercial 1.38 1.32–1.44
PCP Assignment
 No Reference Reference
 Yes 20 19–20
Step-wise Interventions with interactions
 No Insurance + No PCP-Assignment Reference Reference
 Charity Insurance 10 10–11
 Charity Insurance + PCP Assignment 148 139–157
 Medicare Insurance 6.76 6.24–7.32
 Medicare Insurance + PCP Assignment 67 63–92
 Medicaid Insurance 5.09 4.72–5.50
 Medicaid Insurance + PCP Assignment 66 62–70
 Commercial Insurance 2.06 1.87–2.27
 Commercial Insurance + PCP Assignment 52 49–56