SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 2.

Multinomial Logistic Regression on Contraception Use

LARC OR95%CIP-valueNon-LARC OR95%CIP-value
Insurance/Race
   Commercial/non-Hispanic White------------
   Commercial/non-Hispanic Black0.97(0.93-1.02).5751.00(0.96-1.03).887
   Commercial/Hispanic1.19(1.10-1.29).0300.93(0.87-0.99).279
   Commercial/Other race0.43(0.40-0.46)< .0010.58(0.55-0.61)< .001
   Medicaid/non-Hispanic White1.05(0.95-1.17).6361.02(0.94-1.10)0.835
   Medicaid/non-Hispanic Black1.25(1.19-1.32)< .0011.57(1.52-1.63)< .001
   Medicaid/Hispanic2.23(2.07-2.41)< .0011.26(1.17-1.36).001
   Medicaid/Other race1.78(1.61-1.97)< .0011.13(1.02-1.25).215
   Self-pay and Other insurance/non-Hispanic White0.70(0.65-0.76)< .0010.71(0.66-0.75)< .001
   Self-pay and Other insurance/non-Hispanic Black0.94(0.89-1.00).3461.02(0.98-1.07).646
   Self-pay and Other insurance/Hispanic1.38(1.30-1.47)< .0011.80(1.72-1.88)< .001
   Self-pay and Other insurance/Other race0.45(0.38-0.52)< .0010.70(0.63-0.77)< .001
Age0.97(0.96-0.97)< 0.0010.93(0.93-0.94)< .001
Married1.44(1.38-1.51)< 0.0010.99(0.95-1.03).834
Area-level socioeconomic status
   Median household income in thousands1.00(0.99-1.00)0.0011.00(1.00-1.00).023
   Percentage of patients with poverty1.00(1.00-1.00)0.3921.01(1.00-1.01)< .001
   Percentage of patients with bachelor’s degree1.00(1.00-1.00)0.9061.00(1.00-1.00).053
   Unemployment rate1.02(1.01-1.02)0.0091.00(0.99-1.00).908
  • Note. No contraception, ORs show the odds of using LRAC/Non-LARC for difference insurances and race/ethnicity groups compared to the non-Hispanic White women with commercial insurance. Other controlled variables: age and area-level proxy including median household income, percentage of patients with poverty, percentage of patients with bachelor’s degree, and unemployment rate.