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Table 5 Full model estimates

From: Where did civil servants go? the effect of an increase in public co-payments on double insured patients

Variable B IRR (95 % CI)
2012 -0.080 (0.032)** 0.924 (0.868 – 0.983)**
ADSE -2.578 (0.100)*** 0.076 (0.062 – 0.092)***
2012 * ADSE -0.176 (0.038)*** 0.839 (0.779 – 0.903)***
Female -0.016 (0.338) 0.984 (0.508 – 1.913)
Distance 0.004 (0.005) 1.004 (0.995 – 1.013)
Age 0.005 (0.008) 1.005 (0.991 – 1.020)
PHC origin -1.523 (1.661) 0.218 (0.008 – 5.652)
Discharge Referral 0.536 (0.274) 1.708 (0.998 – 2.924)
Week -0.002 (0.001) 0.998 (0.779 – 1.001)
Pseudo R2 0.3503  
alpha 0.004***  
  1. Note: these are the results of the full model. The second column presents the coefficients directly extracted from the model (not the marginal effects). The last row shows a likelihood ratio test that alpha equals zero--the likelihood ratio test comparing this model to a Poisson model. Statistical significance is denoted as follows: **p < 5 %.***p < 1 %