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Table 5 Owner-operator model and number of beds for LTC facilities in inter-organizational advice network [N (%)]

From: Pathways for best practice diffusion: the structure of informal relationships in Canada’s long-term care sector

  NS PE NB MB SK AB BC NT M Total
N LTC facilities in network 80 20 59 133 119 151 217 13 99.00 792
Owner-operator
 Public not-for-profit 11 (14) 8 (40) 1 (2) 73 (55) 87 (73) 69 (46) 82 (38) 10 (77) 42.63 341 (43)
 Private for-profit 38 (48) 8 (40) 0 17 (13) 4 (3) 46 (30) 60 (28) 0 21.63 173 (22)
 Voluntary not-for-profit 30 (38) 2 (10) 1 (2) 40 (30) 24 (20) 32 (21) 61 (28) 0 23.75 190 (24)
 Private not-for-profita NA NA 55 (93) NA NA NA NA NA 6.88 55 (7)
 Missingb 1 (1) 2 (10) 2 (3) 3 (2) 4 (3) 4 (3) 14 (6) 3 (23) 4.13 33 (4)
No. Beds
 0–79 44 (55) 9 (45) 41 (69) 74 (56) 87 (73) 73 (48) 76 (35) 7 (54) 51.38 411 (52)
 80–120 15 (19) 1 (5) 5 (8) 24 (18) 13 (11) 21 (14) 60 (28) 0 17.38 139 (18)
 >120 14 (18) 0 11 (19) 25 (19) 10 (8) 35 (23) 47 (22) 0 17.75 142 (18)
 Missing 7 (9) 10 (50) 2 (3) 10 (8) 9 (8) 22 (15) 34 (16) 6 (46) 12.50 100 (13)
  1. NS Nova Scotia, PE Prince Edward Island, NB New Brunswick, MB Manitoba, SK Saskatchewan, AB Alberta, BC British Columbia, NT Northwest Territories, LTC long-term care
  2. aApplicable to New Brunswick only
  3. bThe percentage of missing data for each variable was calculated by using as the denominator the total number of LTC facilities in a particular geographic area (i.e., the first number in the column). For example, the percentage of missing data for the owner-operator variable in Nova Scotia was 1/80 = 1%