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Table 3 Hierarchical linear models for COMRADE subscale scores

From: Implementing shared decision making in federally qualified health centers, a quasi-experimental design study: the Office-Guidelines Applied to Practice (Office-GAP) program

  Satisfaction β [95 % CI] Confidence β [95 % CI]
3 months 4.55*** 3.70**
  [2.63, 6.46] [1.33, 6.07]
6 months 5.03*** 5.48***
  [3.09, 6.97] [2.96, 8.00]
Age 0.10 0.06
  [−0.04, 0.24] [−0.09, 0.22]
Black −1.07 −0.76
  [−4.03, 1.88] [−4.02, 2.50]
Female −0.61 −0.84
  [−3.37, 2.16] [−3.90, 2.21]
Medicaid −1.72 −1.92
  [−5.54, 2.09] [−6.15, 2.32]
Medicare −0.13 −0.18
  [−3.44, 3.18] [−3.82, 3.47]
Charlson index −1.36** −1.18*
  [−2.34, −0.38] [−2.25, −0.10]
Intercept 39.72*** 39.32***
  [36.74, 42.70] [35.97, 42.67]
N Obs. 205 205
  1. Reference groups are: Pre-GAP; male; white or other race; other insurance or uninsured. Age and Charlson index are centered at the means
  2. COMRADE combined outcome measure for risk communication and treatment decision making
  3. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001