SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 1.

Multinomial Logistic Regression on Contraception Use

LARC OR95%CIPNon-LARC OR95%CIP
Insurance
   Commercial1.00------1.00------
   Medicaid1.321.251.40< .0011.181.131.23< .001
   Self-pay and other0.840.790.89< .0011.020.981.06.319
Race/Ethnicity
   Non-Hispanic White1.00------1.00------
   Non-Hispanic Black1.030.971.09.3321.121.081.17< .001
   Hispanic1.581.471.71< .0011.391.321.48< .001
   Other0.610.560.67< .0010.680.630.72< .001
Age0.970.960.98< .0010.940.930.94< .001
Marital status1.431.301.57< .0011.020.941.10.608
Area-level socioeconomic status
   Median household income in thousands1.000.991.00.0021.001.001.00.129
   Percentage of patients with poverty1.001.001.01.3661.011.001.01< .001
   Percentage of patients with bachelor’s degree1.001.001.00.6181.000.991.00.005
   Unemployment rate1.021.001.03.0121.000.991.01.758
  • Note. No contraception, ORs show the odds of using LRAC/Non-LARC for difference insurances. Other controlled variables: age, race/ethnicity, and area-level proxy including median household income, percentage of patients with poverty, percentage of patients with bachelor’s degree, and unemployment rate.