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Table 3 CHE incidence, intensity and inequality for urban and rural households

From: The comparison of catastrophic health expenditure and its inequality between urban and rural households in China

  CHE incidence and intensity Inequality in CHE
Incidence HW Overshoot OW MPO CIH CIO
2012 Urban households 11.01% 12.64% 2.15% 2.51% 19.53% −0.1480 −0.1694
  Rural households 18.42% 20.38% 4.02% 4.57% 21.82% −0.1062 − 0.1373
2014 Urban households 11.99% 13.68% 2.51% 2.99% 20.93% −0.1409 − 0.1903
  Rural households 16.64% 18.74% 3.55% 4.05% 21.33% −0.1261 − 0.1399
2016 Urban households 12.42% 13.85% 2.53% 2.89% 20.37% −0.1148 − 0.1431
  Rural households 18.45% 20.88% 4.07% 4.75% 22.06% −0.1316 − 0.1659
2018 Urban households 11.88% 13.89% 2.34% 2.74% 19.70% − 0.1693 −0.1707
  Rural households 18.31% 21.06% 3.85% 4.54% 21.03% −0.1501 − 0.1782
  1. Note: CHE Catastrophic health expenditure, HW rank-weighted catastrophic health expenditure incidence, OW rank-weighted overshoot, MPO Mean positive overshoot; CIH the concentration index of catastrophic health expenditure incidence; CIO the concentration index of overshoot