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Table 2 Summary of estimated models testing differences in PCMH domains between Black and non-Latino White Men

From: Identifying disparities in patient-centered care experiences between non-Latino white and black men: results from the 2008-2016 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey

 Model 1Model 2Model 3
Personal primary care provider
 Usual Source of Care (USC)
 Personal Provider
 Provider not a specialistns
Enhanced Access to Care
 Easy Phone Accessnsnsns
 Night/Weekend Hoursnsns
 Easy Contact After Regular Hoursns
Patient-Provider (Quality) Communication
 Dr. Listens Carefullyns
 Dr. Explains Comprehendns
 Dr. Shows Respectns
 Dr. Spends Enough Time
Care is patient centered
 Dr. Helps Treatment Decisions
 Dr. Asks Other Treatmentsnsnsns
 Dr. Explains Optionsnsnsns
 Dr. Respects Choicesnsnsns
Care is coordinated by USC
 Go USC for New Health Problems
 Go USC for Preventivensns
 Go USC for Referralnsns
 Go USC for Ongoingnsnsns
Care is comprehensive (When needed)
 Immediate Care Received
 Routine Care Received
 Tests Received
 Specialist Care Received
  1. Results are based on survey logistic regression models using non-Latino White and Black participants ages 18–64 years from the 2008–2016 Medical Expenditures Panel Survey. Model 1 is unadjusted. Model 2 adjusts for age. Model 3 is fully adjusted and includes all variables as specified in the covariates section
  2. Indicates statistically significant difference (p < 0.05). “ns” indicates statistically not significant
  3. Detailed information about survey questions, logical skips, and unweighted sample sizes are provided in Additional file 1: Figure S1.