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Table 11 Test results on relationship between “Average Cost” and “Insurance Levels”: Reported coefficients are estimated using the data of contingency table INSLEVEL (see “Appendix 3'')

From: Be rich or don’t be sick: estimating Vietnamese patients’ risk of falling into destitution

Modelling categories of financial burden following Average Cost and Insurance Level β0 AvgCost Insurance level
HiCost MedCost Med Low Nil
β1 β2 β3 β4 β5
Logit (C|A) −0.9515*
(−2.505)
2.631***
(5.255)
1.2503***
(3.397)
−0.1669
(−0.375)
−0.2665
(−0.549)
1.0133**
(2.933)
Logit (B|A) −0.9454*
(−2.375)
1.2636*
(2.292)
0.5224
(1.361)
−0.3641
(−0.674)
0.0053
(0.010)
1.0263**
(2.642)
  1. Residual deviance: 13.64 on 12 df; Log-likelihood: −40.81 on 12 df z value in brackets. Baseline category: no financial burden after staying in hospital
  2. ***,**,* Denote coefficients significant at 1, 5 and 10 %, respectively