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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