Table 4: Average effects of insurance coverage using augmented inverse probability weighting.

  Potential outcome meansCoefficient (SE)

Insurance coverage
 Uninsured0.254 (0.012)
 Insured0.337 (0.0102)
Average treatment effects
Outcome model parameter estimates (insured men)
 Received information on prostate cancer prevention−0.288 (0.047)
 Education0.072 (0.017)
 Age 0.083 (0.010)
 Marital status0.001 (0.017)
 Region of residence0.025 (0.023)
 Place of residence0.004 (0.004)
 Wealth 0.061 (0.009)
 Contact−0.683 (0.089)
Outcome model parameter estimates (uninsured men)
 Received information on prostate cancer prevention0.025 (0.021)
 Education0.068 (0.014)
 Age 0.106 (0.009)
 Marital status0.002 (0.020)
 Region of residence0.044 (0.022)
 Place of residence0.003 (0.004)
 Wealth 0.082 (0.008)
 Contact−0.838 (0.081)
Parameter estimates for treatment model
 Told of cholesterol level0.665 (0.137)
 Ever smoke cigarettes−0.307 (0.100)
 Received information on prostate cancer prevention0.091 (0.076)
 Education0.168 (0.056)
 Listen to radio0.050 (0.067)
 Watch television−0.032 (0.076)
 Read newspapers0.117 (0.047)
 Age category0.091 (0.034)
 Marital status−0.228 (0.076)
 Religion −0.011 (0.043)
 Region of residence−0.138 (0.081)
 Place of residence0.022 (0.014)
 Wealth 0.051 (0.032)
 Constant −0.387 (0.352)

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