Skip to main content

Table 2 Bivariate and multivariate logistic regressions with complexity as the dependent variable

From: CONECT-6: a case-finding tool to identify patients with complex health needs

  Bivariate regression Multivariate regression
Odds ratio 95% Confidence interval Odds ratio 95% Confidence interval
Perceived healthcare status 9.325 4.652–18.691 7.659 3.429–17.103
Insurance healthcare plan NS
Social support 2.840 1.235–6.533 4.382 1.460–13.154
Limitations due to chronic pain 3.421 1.661–7.047 2.189 1.137–4.217
Psychological distress (K6) 2.381 1.347–4.208 NSa
Alcohol consumption NS
Drug use NS
Income 2.528 1.395–4.580 2.552 1.241–5.248
Perception of financial status 4.293 2.419–7.617 NSa
Met or unmet health needs 3.825 1.450–10.087 2.553 1.261–5.169
Feeling of complicated problems 19.477 4.249–89.280 10.808 2.206–52.956
Self-efficacy for managing health 2.324 1.365–3.957 NSa
  1. NS Non significant
  2. aExcluded from the mutivariate model because p > 0.05 in the presence of the other variables
\