Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2018 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

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

Table 6

Predictors of low adherence to CBHI scheme in rural Nyanza district, 2017.

Adherence to CBHI schemeStandard error value95% confidence interval

Ubudehe category
Category 21.66845<0.0051.46858.93406
Category 30.799840.2150.720144.28817

Availability of diagnostic facilities
Not satisfied0.18780.0620.063491.06995
Satisfied0.245240.1340.112391.33924

Waiting time to see medical provider
Not satisfied0.15021<0.0190.091070.80323
Satisfied0.357320.4080.201651.91777

Time waited to see medical provider
30 to 60 minutes0.411390.8700.390852.21322
1 to 3 hours0.17006<0.0340.095360.91306
3 to 6 hours0.2690.1750.117181.47737
6 hours and more0.482470.5970.17642.71392

Time waited between services
30 to 60 minutes0.184740.0470.165050.99003
1 to 3 hours0.229650.1100.126081.23469
3 to 6 hours0.528110.7140.206922.94045
6 hours and more0.533950.7030.195733.0023

Premium payment model
convenient0.400030.4560.172632.19946
Not convenient0.1027<0.0000.168140.59828

Copayment fees
Affordable0.380210.4180.171512.07982
Not affordable0.296310.6510.433581.68648

Premium fees
Affordable3.010250.5460.1623631.0667
Not affordable3.36583<0.0500.9411919.8788
_Cons0.698190.6670.065175.73393

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