SUPPLEMENTAL TABLE 2.

Post-Hoc Analysis Evaluating Proportion of Patients with Stage I NSCLC in North Carolina Receiving Surgical Consultation, 2006–2015

Year% with Surgical Consultation% with Radiation Oncology Consultation% with Both Consultations% with Either Consultation
All Years76.8%47.2%34.3%89.7%
200682.6%33.6%28.1%88.3%
200784.1%44.4%36.4%92.6%
200881.3%41.1%35.3%88.1%
200977.1%44.3%32.4%87.2%
201075.3%46.3%34.9%88.1%
201173.8%47.4%34.2%89.5%
201278.1%50.3%39.5%91.0%
201371.3%49.6%35.0%88.4%
201471.7%53.8%31.9%91.3%
201570.8%55.5%35.3%92.6%
Time Trend aORa (95% CI)0.90 (0.88,0.92)1.07 (1.05,1.09)1.00 (0.98,1.02)1.00 (0.96,1.03)
Total by Treatment
None40.0%19.8%11.2%48.5%
Surgery98.5%b36.6%35.9%99.1%b
Radiation51.3%94.1%b47.7%97.7%b
Either84.9%53.2%39.3%98.7%b
  • Abbreviations: aOR: adjusted odds ratio; CI: confidence interval; Bolded results denote statistical significance at P < .05.

  • a Models adjusted for age, race, sex, comorbidities, and insurance. Interpreted as change in likelihood of evaluation with each additional year.

  • b Ideally these are 100%, but this gives an estimate of the error in capturing outpatient consultations in the database.