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Table 2 Descriptive statistics for study sites

From: Improving quality of care through improved audit and feedback

Facility type Size (number of unique patients) Residents per 10 k patientsa Primary care presenceb Number of primary care personnel
HIGH 27,222 0.00 0.12 35
  49,813 31.42 0.26 83
  44,114 0.23 0.37 56
  27,851 8.62 0.14 62
MODERATE: consistently average 63,313 10.63 0.66 94
  75,609 18.83 0.08 115
  62,017 21.58 0.01 125
  51,645 30.70 0.33 54
MODERATE:highly variable 63,555 14.81 0.21 30
  27,222 0.00 0.12 143
  72,739 35.06 0.45 27
  14,149 0.00 0.28 10
LOW 58,630 24.94 0.16 116
  24,795 0.00 18.02 23
  19,609 0.00 0.10 46
  44,391 27.51 0.12 88
  1. aA measure of the strength of the facility’s academic orientation. Greater numbers mean a stronger academic orientation; 0 means no academic affiliation. bOperationalized as the percent of outpatient clinic stops provided at community-based outpatient clinics (a low percentage indicates the majority of outpatient/primary care occurs at the main hospital, rather than at satellite clinics).
  2. Source: Daw et al., 2009[32].