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Table 2 Primary care quality scores between contracted and un-contracted patients, adjusted

From: Effect of family doctor contract services on patient perceived quality of primary care in southern China

Dimensions Adjusted-mean(95%CI) p-value
contracted (1) Un-contracted (2) D-value (1)–(2)
 First contact-utilization 3.40 (3.35,3.46) 3.17 (3.11,3.23) 0.23 < 0.001
 first-contact-accessibility 3.00 (2.95,3.07) 2.63 (2.56,2.70) 0.37 < 0.001
 continuity 3.03 (2.97,3.09) 2.71 (2.64,2.78) 0.32 < 0.001
 coordination (referral) 3.17 (3.07,3.28) 2.82 (2.70,2.94) 0.35 < 0.001
 coordination 3.32 (3.25,3.39) 3.23 (3.15,3.31) 0.09 0.137
(information system)
 comprehensiveness 3.40 (3.35,3.46) 3.06 (3.00,3.12) 0.34 < 0.001
(utilization)
 comprehensiveness 3.50 (3.43,3.57) 3.25 (3.18,3.32) 0.25 < 0.001
(provision)
 family-centeredness 2.87 (2.79,2.94) 2.69 (2.61,2.78) 0.18 0.003
 community orientation 2.99 (2.93,3.05) 2.40 (2.33,2.47) 0.59 < 0.001
 culture orientation 3.26 (3.20,3.32) 3.17 (3.11,3.24) 0.09 0.056
total score 28.79 (28.45,29.14) 26.34 (25.96,26.72) 2.45 < 0.001
  1. Notes: Nine dimensions were included to calculate the total score. The dimension of coordination (referral) was excluded as it was only answered by a few patients who received referral services