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Table 1 Semi-structured interview patient participant demographics

From: Implementation of social needs screening in primary care: a qualitative study using the health equity implementation framework

  Interview Participants
(n = 10)
Screened Patient Population
(n = 2192)
Age at Encounter
 18–44 years 30.0 (3) 36.1 (792)
 45–60 years 40.0 (4) 40.5 (887)
 61+ years 30.0 (3) 23.4 (513)
Sex
 Female 50.0 (5) 61.8 (1354)
 Male 50.0 (5) 38.2 (838)
Race and Ethnicity
 Black, non-Hispanic/Latino 80.0 (8) 49.2 (1078)
 Hispanic/Latino 20.0 (2) 35.1 (769)
Number in Household
 1–4 90.0 (9) 73.6 (1614)
 5+ 10.0 (1) 16.7 (365)
Education Level
 Less than high school degree 10.0 (1) 32.2 (705)
 High school diploma or GED 10.0 (1) 31.5 (691)
 More than high school degree 80.0 (8) 29.2 (640)
Current Work Situation
 Unemployed 10.0 (1) 24.6 (540)
 Part-time or temp work 20.0 (2) 18.1 (397)
 Full-time work 20.0 (2) 23.0 (504)
 Unemployed, not seeking work 40.0 (4) 26.8 (588)
 Non-response 10.0 (1) 7.4 (163)
Primary Insurance
 None/uninsured 70.0 (7) 54.2 (1188)
 Medicaid 20.0 (2) 12.9 (283)
 Medicare 10.0 (1) 13.3 (291)
Preferred Language
 English 80.0 (8) 58.8 (1289)
 Spanish 20.0 (2) 25.2 (553)
Identified Social Needs
 No housing 20.0 (2) 18.1 (396)
 Worried about losing housing 10.0 (1) 13.3 (292)
 Transportation barriers 10.0 (1) 16.1 (353)
 Social isolationa 10.0 (1) 13.9 (305)
 High stressb 30.0 (3) 22.5 (494)
 Unsafe in neighborhood 10.0 (1) 7.2 (157)
Received Referrals Categories
 Food 10.0 (1) 14.1 (308)
 Transportation 20.0 (2) 6.2 (136)
 Housing 30.0 (3) 3.6 (80)
 Financial 50.0 (5) 9.3 (204)
 Access to medical care 40.0 (4) 17.4 (382)
 Social and emotional health 20.0 (2) 7.8 (170)
  1. aRefers to patients that indicated less than 1–2 weekly social support interactions per PRAPARE assessment
  2. bRefers to patients that indicated ‘Quite a bit’ or ‘Very much’ when asked about stress levels per PRAPARE assessment