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Table 2 The results of binary logistic regression of hospital delivery in Eastern Indonesia in 2017 (n = 2299)

From: The disparities in health insurance ownership of hospital-based birth deliveries in eastern Indonesia

Variables Hospital Delivery
p-value AOR 95% CI
Lower Bound Upper Bound
Health insurance: No
Health insurance: Yes < 0.001 1.426 1.426 1.427
Province: East Nusa Tenggara
Province: Maluku < 0.001 0.477 0.476 0.477
Province: North Maluku < 0.001 0.443 0.443 0.443
Province: West Papua < 0.001 1.068 1.067 1.068
Province: Papua < 0.001 1.208 1.207 1.208
Type of place: Urban
Type of place: Rural < 0.001 0.376 0.375 0.376
Age group: 15–19
Age group: 20–24 < 0.001 0.581 0.580 0.581
Age group: 25–29 < 0.001 0.640 0.640 0.641
Age group: 30–34 < 0.001 0.934 0.933 0.935
Age group: 35–39 < 0.001 1.404 1.403 1.406
Age group: 40–44 < 0.001 2.555 2.552 2.558
Age group: 45–49 < 0.001 2.356 2.352 2.359
Marital: Never in union
Marital: Married/Living with partner < 0.001 1.342 1.340 1.344
Marital: Widowed/Divorced < 0.001 0.690 0.688 0.691
Education: No education
Education: Primary < 0.001 3.379 3.375 3.383
Education: Secondary < 0.001 5.175 5.169 5.182
Education: Higher < 0.001 10.225 10.212 10.238
Employment: Unemployed
Employment: Employed < 0.001 0.954 0.954 0.955
Parity: Primiparous
Parity: Multiparous < 0.001 0.610 0.610 0.610
Parity: Grandmultiparous < 0.001 0.462 0.462 0.462
Wealth: Poorest
Wealth: Poorer < 0.001 1.642 1.641 1.642
Wealth: Middle < 0.001 2.208 2.207 2.210
Wealth: Richer < 0.001 1.944 1.942 1.945
Wealth: Richest < 0.001 1.626 1.624 1.627
  1. Note: 95% CI; AOR adjusted odds ratio