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Table 3 Coefficient estimates showing relationship between dual-eligibility, dementia, and social capital components

From: Is social capital protective against hospital readmissions?

CoefficientTotal social capitalSocial participation, engagementInformal sociabilityPositive supportSocial integrationSocial networkSocial cohesion, trust
Dual-Eligible−0.461***− 0.422***− 0.217***− 0.269***− 0.264***− 0.278***− 0.304***
(− 0.611, − 0.310)(− 0.572, − 0.272)(− 0.373, − 0.062)(− 0.424, − 0.114)(− 0.417, − 0.110)(− 0.432, − 0.124)(−0.458, − 0.149)
Dementia− 0.241***−0.406***− 0.308***− 0.198***− 0.151**− 0.231***0.097~
(− 0.378, − 0.103)(− 0.543, − 0.270)(−0.449, − 0.167)(− 0.338, − 0.058)(− 0.291, − 0.012)(− 0.371, − 0.090)(− 0.044, 0.238)
Interaction between Dual-Eligible & Dementia−0.236*− 0.179− 0.078−0.123− 0.290*−0.071− 0.179
(−0.525, 0.053)(− 0.467, 0.110)(− 0.380, 0.223)(− 0.420, 0.174)(− 0.585, 0.005)(− 0.368, 0.226)(− 0.475, 0.118)
Constant0.184***0.208***0.140***0.127***0.116***0.134***0.052~
(0.114, 0.253)(0.139, 0.277)(0.069, 0.212)(0.055, 0.199)(0.045, 0.186)(0.063, 0.205)(− 0.019, 0.123)
  1. 95% confidence intervals in parentheses. *** p < 0.001, ** p < 0.01, * p < 0.05, ~ p < 0.10. Results are from a regression with two dummies (dual-eligible and dementia) and an interaction between them. Models include 2212 observations
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