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Table 1 Self-reported characteristics at baseline of randomized evaluation-enrolled patients in EBQI-CCM versus non EBQI-CCM sites

From: Implementing collaborative care for depression treatment in primary care: A cluster randomized evaluation of a quality improvement practice redesign

Baseline patient characteristics EBQI-CCM
(N = 288)
Non EBQI-CCM
(N = 258)
P-value
Age-mean (SD) 64.0 (12.4) 64.4 (12.7) 0.73
% Male (gender) 95.8 96.5 0.62
% white 86.2 88.1 0.53
% married 63.9 63.9 0.99
Education    0.36
   % < high school 11.5 14.6  
   % high school or more 88.5 85.4  
Employment    0.81
   % Working 14.8 14.1  
   % not working/on disability/retired/other 85.2 85.9  
Region    
   % A 32.5 34.6 0.63
   % B 36.2 34.7 0.72
   % C 31.2 30.7 0.90
Seattle comorbidity index41 7.50 (3.3) 7.65 (3.4) 0.61
% 3 chronic conditions or more 16.6 12.7 0.22
% Current PTSD 50.9 49.1 0.62
Alcohol use (AUDIT_C)    
   0 57.6 54.1 0.70
   1 to 3 22.5 23.3  
   4 to 12 19.9 22.5  
% ≥2 VA mental health visits (past 6 months) 27.0 26.3 0.85
% Poor health status 46.9 41.0 0.19
% Satisfied or very satisfied w/mental health care 62.4 67.2 0.27
Total social support - mean (SD) 2.27 (1.2) 2.32 (1.7) 0.64
  1. Adjusted for population weights. N.S. = not significant at p < 0.05 level. Total social support - lower is more supportive