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Issue Brief No. 100
Supplementary Table 1

Adjusted Odds Ratios: Uninsured Compared With Insured (from binomial logistic regressions)

Adjusted Odds Ratio
Felt that Care was Needed (n=1,919)
   Uninsured Relative to Insured
Received Needed Care (conditional on care felt to be needed; n=1.143)
   Uninsured Relative to Insured
Note: The regression models control for the specific symptoms reported, age, gender, race and ethnicity, self-reported health status, education, income,
when the symptom first occurred within the last three months, whether it is associated with pregnancy, and indicators of care-seeking behavior.

Source: HSC Community Tracking Study Household Survey, 2003


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