Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2018 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Factors Contributing to Low Adherence to Community-Based Health Insurance in Rural Nyanza District, Southern Rwanda

Table 3

Satisfaction with quality of health care services on offer-related determinant of low adherence to CBHI scheme.

Satisfaction with quality of health care services on offerAdherence to CBHI scheme
Standard error value95% confidence interval

Overall quality of services
Not satisfied1.1391230.8860.16592648.00003

Availability of Drugs
Not satisfied0.593270.7870.20057573.38001

Availability of diagnostic facilities
Not satisfied0.2642960.1650.07264661.56657

Cleanliness of the facility
Not satisfied8.2604120.0990.691517670.7773

Waiting time to see medical provider
Not satisfied0.16374<0.0380.05975010.92132

Waiting time between services
Not satisfied0.8790140.8910.12037276.29799

Friendliness of staff
Not satisfied0.566610.6580.14217473.42643

Time waited to see medical provider
30 to 60 minutes0.400870.830.38361292.15773
1 to 3 hours0.1927790.0570.11452271.03183
3 to 6 hours0.2812930.2030.13623491.5276
6 hours and more0.5743920.7810.20996683.23107

Time waited between services
30 to 60 minutes0.1903080.0550.17009831.01988
1 to 3 hours0.2623260.1730.14976891.40697
3 to 6 hours0.5029940.6630.19870462.79737
6 hours and more0.3360430.30.13048981.8734

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