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Table 2 Multilevel logistic regression of successful treatment completion

From: Identifying and reducing disparities in successful addiction treatment completion: testing the role of Medicaid payment acceptance

  OR SE 95% CI p
Program variables
 Wave 2a 0.479 0.062 0.372, 0.616 < .001
 Medicaid payment 0.487 0.079 0.355, 0.668 < .001
 Licensed 1.745 0.423 1.085, 2.806 .002
 Accreditedb 1.034 0.219 0.682, 1.567 .876
Cross-level interaction
 Wave × Mexican American 1.161 0.131 0.931, 1.447 .186
 Medicaid × Mexican American 1.284 0.159 1.008, 1.637 .043
Client variables
 Mexican American 0.677 0.082 0.534, 0.859 .001
 Female 0.932 0.075 0.796, 1.090 .379
 Age 1.007 0.004 1.000, 1.014 .062
 Education level 1.010 0.048 0.920, 1.108 .839
Primary drugc
 Alcohol 1.675 0.211 1.308, 2.145 < .001
 Methamphetamine 1.777 0.321 1.247, 2.532 .001
 Marijuana or hashish 1.689 0.252 1.260, 2.264 < .001
 Other 1.744 0.221 1.361, 2.237 < .001
Days usedd 0.954 0.010 0.936, 0.973 < .001
Age at first use 0.998 0.006 0.986, 1.011 .793
Medicaid eligibility 0.878 0.105 0.695, 1.111 .279
Mental health disorder 0.764 0.054 0.665, 0.878 < .001
Treatment typee
 Methadone 0.186 0.085 0.076, 0.456 < .001
 Residential 0.791 0.148 0.548, 1.141 .209
No. of programs 143    
No. of clients 14,934    
  1. Standard error values based on bootstrap method
  2. aWave 1 (2011) used as reference
  3. bAccreditation by the Joint Commission
  4. cHeroin used as reference
  5. dDuring 30 days prior to admission
  6. eOutpatient used as reference