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Table 1 Sample characteristics stratified by Hispanic-serving (HSO) and Mainstream organizations (MO) (N = 19,314)

From: The Affordable Care Act: policy predictors of integrated care between Hispanic-serving and mainstream mental health organizations

Variables HSO (N = 2803) MO (N = 16,511) p-values
n % n %
Integrated Care Variables
 Integrated addictions treatment      < 0.001
  Yes 1520 54.4 9725 59.1  
  No 1273 45.6 6726 40.9  
 Integrated primary care      0.549
  Yes 619 22.2 3734 22.7  
  No 2166 77.8 12,686 77.3  
ACA Provisions
 Medicaid expansion      < 0.001
  Expansion state 2174 77.6 9418 57.0  
  Non-expansion state 629 22.4 7093 43.0  
 Medicaid payments accepted      0.978
  Yes 2501 91.0 14,706 90.9  
  No 249 9.0 1467 9.1  
 Community mental health block grants      < 0.001
  Yes 845 38.2 5630 42.9  
  No 1365 61.8 7505 57.1  
Control Variables
 Community mental health center      < 0.001
  Yes 703 25.1 4923 29.8  
  No 2100 74.9 11,588 70.2  
 Ownership      < 0.001
  Public/other 537 19.2 3312 20.1  
  Private non-profit 1970 70.3 10,398 63.0  
  Private for-profit 296 10.5 2801 16.9  
  HSO MO  
M [Categorya] (SD) M [Categorya] (SD) p-values
Organization size 7.7 [101 to 250] (2.8) 7.4 [76–100] (2.9) < 0.001
% Youth clients 3.6 [31 to 40%] (2.8) 2.8 [21 to 30%] (2.5) < 0.001
% Adult clients 4.5 [41 to 50%] (2.6) 5.3 [41 to 50%] (2.2) < 0.001
% Older adult clients 0.9 [1 to 10%] (1.1) 1.2 [1 to 10%] (1.3) < 0.001
% Female clients 5.1 [41 to 50%] (1.2) 5.2 [41 to 50%] (1.3) < 0.001
  1. Notes. Percentages are presented for nominal variables and means and standard deviations for ordinal/continuous variables. All variables were included in 2014 and 2016 N-MHSS. Mental-health Hispanic-serving organizations = more than 20% of Hispanic clients; Mainstream organizations = 20% or fewer of Hispanic clients
  2. a Categories were determined by rounding the decimal to the nearest whole number