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Table 1 Socioeconomic differences in specialised hospital care by income in Finland in 1995 - 2010

From: Has socioeconomic equity increased in somatic specialist care: a register-based cohort study from Finland in 1995–2010

  Year Lowest 2 3 4 Highest All Concentration index
   10395% CI 10395% CI 10395% CI 10395% CI 10395% CI 10395% CI  
Men         
Hospitalisation 1995 161 (159,163) 151 (149,152) 145 (144,147) 128 (126,129) 108 (107,110) 136 (136,137) -0.073 (-0.139,-0.007)
  2000 164 (162,166) 146 (145,148) 132 (131,133) 116 (115,118) 102 (100,103) 129 (129,130) -0.083 (-0.142,-0.025)
  2005 144 (142,146) 141 (140,143) 133 (131,134) 116 (114,117) 108 (107,110) 127 (126,127) -0.056 (-0.110,-0.003)
  2010 131 (130,133) 129 (127,130) 114 (112,115) 109 (108,110) 94 (93,95) 114 (113,114) -0.060 (-0.100,-0.019)
Non-surgical 1995 179 (177,181) 167 (166,169) 154 (152,155) 126 (125,128) 101 (99,102) 143 (142,143) -0.108 (-0.180,-0.037)
admissions 2000 179 (177,181) 151 (150,153) 125 (123,126) 103 (101,104) 85 (83,86) 125 (124,125) -0.135 (-0.207,-0.063)
  2005 140 (138,142) 128 (127,130) 108 (107,110) 88 (87,90) 76 (75,77) 105 (105,106) -0.120 (-0.181,-0.058)
  2010 117 (115,118) 102 (101,103) 81 (80,82) 69 (68,70) 52 (51,53) 81 (81,82) -0.145 (-0.194,-0.096)
Surgical 1995 88 (86,90) 87 (86,88) 88 (86,89) 80 (79,81) 72 (70,73) 82 (82,83) -0.035 (-0.104,0.034)
admissions 2000 86 (85,88) 86 (84,87) 82 (81,83) 75 (74,76) 69 (67,70) 79 (78,79) -0.037 (-0.097,0.024)
  2005 83 (83,85) 91 (90,93) 93 (92,94) 83 (82,84) 80 (78,81) 86 (85,86) -0.011 (-0.073,0.050)
  2010 82 (81,83) 89 (88,90) 84 (83,85) 85 (84,86) 77 (76,78) 83 (83,84) -0.008 (-0.059,0.043)
Women         
Hospitalisation 1995 164 (162,165) 156 (154,157) 147 (146,148) 132 (131,134) 115 (113,116) 142 (142,143) -0.069 (-0.123,-0.016)
  2000 172 (170,173) 147 (146,148) 138 (137,139) 123 (121,124) 109 (108,110) 137 (136,137) -0.081 (-0.127,-0.035)
  2005 147 (146,149) 139 (138,140) 133 (131,134) 117 (115,118) 111 (110,113) 129 (129,130) -0.057 (-0.096,-0.017)
  2010 133 (131,134) 125 (124,126) 111 (110,112) 109 (107,110) 96 (94,97) 114 (113,114) -0.059 (-0.103,-0.014)
Non-surgical 1995 148 (147,150) 134 (133,135) 116 (115,118) 98 (97,99) 81 (79,82) 115 (114,115) -0.120 (-0.182,-0.057)
admissions 2000 143 (142,145) 111 (110,112) 94 (93,95) 76 (75,77) 66 (64,67) 97 (97,97) -0.149 (-0.195,-0.103)
  2005 112 (111,113) 93 (92,94) 80 (79,81) 65 (64,66) 58 (57,60) 88 (80,81) -0.132 (-0.175,-0.088)
  2010 93 (92,94) 75 (75,76) 59 (58,60) 53 (52,53) 41 (40,42) 63 (63,64) -0.151 (-0.200,-0.102)
Surgical 1995 105 (103,106) 104 (103,105) 103 (102,104) 96 (95,97) 86 (85,87) 98 (98,99) -0.039 (-0.093,0.015)
admissions 2000 112 (111,114) 104 (103,105) 102 (101,103) 94 (93,95) 85 (84,86) 99 (98,99) -0.047 (-0.098,0.003)
  2005 103 (101,104) 105 (104,106) 104 (103,105) 93 (92,94) 90 (89,92) 99 (99,100) -0.028 (-0.075,0.020)
  2010 96 (95,97) 98 (97,99) 90 (89,91) 91 (90,92) 82 (81,83) 91 (91,92) -0.025 (-0.076,0.025)
  1. Trends among men and women aged 25–84 years in Finland between 1995 and 2010 (Age-standardised rates per 1000 for hospitalisations and for surgical and non-surgical admissions and their 95% confidence intervals).