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Table 3 Logistic regression analysis on integrated primary care stratified by HSOs and MOs (2014 to 2016)

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

  Hispanic-serving organizations (N = 2173) Mainstream organizations (N = 12,944)
AOR 95% CI p-value AOR 95% CI p-value
Year
 2016 1.23 0.99–1.53 0.068 0.98 0.90–1.07 0.674
 Medicaid expansion 0.89 0.68–1.16 0.371 1.00 0.91–1.10 0.983
 Medicaid payments accepted 1.10 0.72–1.69 0.664 0.59 0.51–0.69 < 0.001
 Community mental health block grant 1.97 1.57–2.49 < 0.001 1.26 1.14–1.39 < 0.001
Medicaid Expansion Interaction Terms
 Medicaid expansion x Medicaid payments accepted 3.16 1.26–7.93 0.014 0.90 0.69–1.17 0.437
 Medicaid expansion x CMHC 1.42 0.83–2.43 0.199 0.95 0.79–1.15 0.610
 Medicaid expansion x CMHBG 1.08 0.65–1.80 0.775 1.24 1.04–1.49 0.017
Time Interactions
 Medicaid Expansion × 2016 0.62 0.37–1.02 0.061 0.99 0.82–1.18 0.868
 Medicaid payments accepted ×  2016 1.15 0.50–2.62 0.742 0.97 0.74–1.26 0.804
 CMHC × 2016 1.43 0.89–2.30 0.145 1.10 0.91–1.33 0.312
 CMHBG × 2016 1.79 1.15–2.79 0.010 0.97 0.81–1.16 0.729
  1. Note. AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio. All models accounted for control (ownership, organization size, community mental health center, % youth, % adults, % older adults, and % female), Medicaid expansion (Medicaid expansion, Medicaid payments accepted, Community mental health block grant), and time variables. Interaction models controlled for all main effects, including control variables. Interaction terms were conducted separately from each other. Year: 2010 is the reference category. Ownership: public departments is the reference categories. CMHC Community mental health center, CMHBG Community mental health block grant