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Table 2 Relationship between microfinance group membership, health screening, and disease management, among 300 residents of two communities in rural western Kenya, 2018–2019

From: The relationship between a microfinance-based healthcare delivery platform, health insurance coverage, health screenings, and disease management in rural Western Kenya

  Unadjusted Adjusteda
PR
(95% CI)
p aPR
(95% CI)
p
Current NHIF coverage 1.49 (0.78, 2.84) 0.2 1.26 (0.64, 2.47) 0.5
Health screening outcomes
 HIV screening 1.23 (1.13, 1.34) < 0.0001 1.11 (0.96, 1.29) 0.2
 Diabetes screening 3.28 (2.50, 4.30) < 0.0001 3.46 (2.60, 4.60) < 0.0001
 Hypertension screening 2.02 (1.74, 2.35) < 0.0001 1.96 (1.56, 2.46) < 0.0001
 Tuberculosis screening 3.64 (1.81, 7.29) 0.0003 3.31 (1.56, 7.03) 0.002
 Cervical cancer screening 2.42 (1.27, 4.64) 0.008 2.43 (1.21, 4.86) 0.01
Disease management outcomes, among those diagnosed with HIV, diabetes, or hypertension (n = 32)
 Medical visit in last 6 months 1.47 (1.00, 2.16) 0.05 1.20 (0.68, 2.10) 0.5
 Currently taking medication 1.70 (0.92, 3.13) 0.1 1.30 (0.55, 3.08) 0.5
  1. aAdjusted for age (categorized at above/below age 40 years), marital status (categorized as currently married vs not), and gender. As cervical cancer screening rates were only calculated among female participants, the adjusted results for this outcome were not adjusted for gender