TABLE 2.

Patient Demographics by Contraception Type

Total (N = 51,900)LARC (n = 4,364)Non-LARC (n = 8,333)No contraception (n = 39,203)P-value
Insurance, n (%)< .001
   Managed Care/Commercial33,716 (65.0)2,557 (58.6)4,665 (56.0)26,494 (67.6)
   Medicaid/pending8,040 (15.5)958 (22.0)1,871 (22.5)5,211 (13.3)
   Self-pay and othera10,144 (19.6)849 (19.4)1,797 (21.6)7,498 (19.1)
Age, mean (SD)23.6 (3.5)23.4 (3.3)22.8 (3.5)23.8 (3.5)< .001
Race/Ethnicity, n (%)< .001
   Non-Hispanic White23,752 (45.8)1,797 (41.2)3,183 (38.2)18,772 (47.9)
   Non-Hispanic Black16,693 (32.2)1,536 (35.2)3,290 (39.5)11,867 (30.3)
   Hispanic5,773 (11.1)715 (16.4)1,252 (15.0)3,806 (9.7)
   Other5,682 (10.9)316 (7.2)608 (7.3)4,758 (12.1)
Marital status, n (%)< .001
   Married7,309 (14.1)718 (16.5)891 (10.7)5,700 (14.5)
   Single41,730 (80.4)3,464 (79.4)7,146 (85.8)31,120 (79.4)
Area-level socioeconomic status
   Median household income in thousands, mean (SD)60.6 (29.2)55.7 (27.2)55.6 (28.2)62.2 (29.5)< .001
   Percentage of patients with poverty, mean (SD)17.3 (13.1)19.3 (13.6)19.7 (13.8)16.5 (12.8)< .001
   Percentage of patients with bachelor’s degree, mean (SD)41.7 (21.7)37.9 (21.4)37.4 (21.9)43.1 (21.5)< .001
   Unemployment rate, mean (SD)6.7 (3.7)7.3 (3.9)7.3 (3.9)6.5 (3.6)< .001
  • aSelf-pay and other insurance include self-pay, charity, indigent, and missing insurance status. Among the total population, about 16.7% had self-pay and 2.7% had other insurance.