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Table 4 Adjusted associations between satisfaction with Armenian healthcare system and independent variables

From: Public opinion about the health care system in Armenia: findings from a cross-sectional telephone survey

Variable OR (95% CI) p-value
Age (years) 0.99 (0.96–1.01) 0.240
Gender
 Male 1.00  
 Female 0.62 (0.26–1.46) 0.275
Family monthly spending on average (AMD)
 Less than 100,000 1.00  
 From 100,001 - 200,000 1.22 (0.57–2.59) 0.606
 Above 200,001 1.40 (0.62–3.19) 0.421
Number of household members 1.05 (0.88–1.26) 0.564
Health status
 Excellent/Very good 1.00  
 Good 0.43 (0.15–1.26) 0.125
 Fair/Poor 0.25 (0.09–0.74) 0.012
Rating of system attributes in Armenian health care system
 a. Equal access to care for all citizens
  Very bad/Bad 1.00  
  Neither bad nor good 1.62 (0.85–3.10) 0.144
  Good/Very good 5.69 (1.91–16.88) 0.002
 c. Professional qualifications of providers
  Very bad/Bad 1.00  
  Neither bad nor good 2.08 (0.73–5.90) 0.171
  Good/Very good 1.97 (0.69–5.63) 0.204
 d. Respect for patients
  Very bad/Bad 1.00  
  Neither bad nor good 1.42 (0.64–3.15) 0.388
  Good/Very good 2.69 (1.10–6.57) 0.030
 d. Quality of basic amenities
  Very bad/Bad 1.00  
  Neither bad nor good 1.25 (0.42–3.75) 0.691
  Good/Very good 1.40 (0.43–4.53) 0.571
Do you think it is the individual’s responsibility to preserve his/her own health or it is the responsibility of the government?
 Government’s responsibility/ Shared, but the government’s responsibility is lager 1.00  
 Individual responsibility/Shared, but the individual’s responsibility is larger 1.39 (0.61–3.20) 0.436
 Equal share of responsibility 1.93 (0.97–3.83) 0.062
In general, would you say that you tend to trust or not to trust the Armenian government?
 Tend to trust 1.00  
 Tend not to trust 0.47 (0.23–0.96) 0.038
  1. Number of observations = 269