Table 3.

Unadjusted and AORs* of postintervention mammography use at 12-week follow-up among Minnesota Medicaid beneficiaries, 2014

Model 1Model 2
VariableOR (CI)OR (CI)
Treatment (vs. Control)1.30 (1.16–1.46)1.31 (1.16–1.48)
Age (Continuous)0.98 (0.97–0.99)
Dually enrolled (vs. Medicaid only)0.94 (0.81–1.11)
Fee for service (vs. All other programs)1.08 (0.94–1.25)
White (vs. Other races/ethnicities)0.76 (0.66–0.88)
Disabled (vs. Not disabled)0.77 (0.66–0.90)
Income
 Above low income (ref.)
 Low income0.93 (0.81–1.06)
 Missing income0.99 (0.82–1.20)
Married (vs. Unmarried)1.10 (0.94–1.29)
English primary language (vs. Other languages)1.62 (1.32–1.98)
Rural residence (vs. Urban)0.76 (0.62–0.93)
Education HS or less (vs. More than HS)0.99 (0.85–1.18)
Eligible for both BC and CRC (vs. Only eligible for BC)1.02 (0.86–1.21)
Mammogram in 2012 (vs. No mammogram in 2012)1.92 (1.62–2.27)
Mammogram in 2011 (vs. No mammogram in 2011)1.52 (1.30–1.77)
Mammogram in 2010 (vs. No mammogram in 2010)1.63 (1.39–1.91)
Mammogram in 2009 (vs. No mammogram in 2009)1.51 (1.29–1.77)
  • *Abbreviation: AOR, adjusted odds ratio. Adjusted for variables shown; Model 1 does not include covariates; Model 1 N = 22,113; Model 2 N = 21,315; bolded ORs are statistically significant (p < .05).