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Table 5 Results of treatment-effect model for patients with CVD

From: Does the medical insurance system play a real role in reducing catastrophic economic burden in elderly patients with cardiovascular disease in China? Implication for accurately targeting vulnerable characteristics

  Coef. Std. Err. z P > |z| 95% C.I.
CHE
 Marital status of household head 0.0129 0.0233 0.53 0.599 −0.0335 0.0581
 Region −0.0209 0.0116 −1.79 0.073 −0.0438 0.0019
 Gender of household head 0.0081 0.0174 −0.47 0.640 −0.0424 0..0261
 Education level of household head 0.0016 0.0151 0.11 0.915 −0.0281 0.0313
 Household consumption per capital quintile −0.0069 0.0061 −1.12 0.262 −0.0190 0.0052
Family size −0.0499 0.0138 −3.61 0.000 −0.0770 −0.0227
 Urban and rural −0.0379 0.0203 −1.86 0.063 −0.0779 0.0019
Health satisfaction 0.0246 0.0093 2.64 0.008 0.0063 0.0429
Having disabled members 0.0961 0.0473 2.03 0.042 0.0033 0. 1889
 Having members over 65 years old 0.0129 0.0171 0.76 0.450 −0.0206 0.0465
Combined with other chronic diseases 0.0468 0.0088 5.32 0.000 0.0296 0.0641
Having hospitalized members 0.1001 0.0252 3.97 0.000 0.0506 0.1495
Having insurance 0.2895 0.1454 1.99 0.047 0.0044 0.5745
Having insurance
Community participation rate 0.0571 0.0056 10.08 0.000 0.0460 0.0682
  1. Coef Coefficient, Std. Err standard error of the mean, 95% C.I Confidence Interval