TABLE 3

Multiple Logistic Regression Analyses of Characteristics Related to Use of Basic EHR (Includes Fully Functional and Pediatric-Supportive) Systems and Fully Functional EHR (Only) in 2012

Category and VariableBasic or Fully Functional EHR (Includes 170 Basic Only, and 79 Fully Functional/Pediatric-Supportive), N = 249Fully Functional EHR (Includes 79 Fully Functional/Pediatric-Supportive), N = 79
OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)
Gender
 Women11
 Men1.68 (1.05–2.67)*1.17 (0.61–2.22)
Age, y
 ≥4911
 <491.09 (0.69–1.74)0.73 (0.38–1.40)
Race/ethnicity
 Nonwhite11
 White1.10 (0.65–1.89)1.35 (0.62–2.91)
Member type
 Subspecialist11
 General pediatrician0.88 (0.46–1.67)0.92 (0.44–1.92)
Practice type
 1–2 pediatricians11
 3–5 pediatricians1.06 (0.52–2.18)0.64 (0.15–2.69)
 ≥ 6 pediatrics2.82 (1.42–5.60)**1.20 (0.35–4.08)
 Multispecialty group practice/HMO9.57 (4.65–19.68)***7.11 (2.65–19.00)***
 Hospital/clinic6.82 (3.03–15.35)***6.61 (2.17–20.17)**
Practice setting
 Rural11
 Urban, inner city0.46 (0.18–1.20)0.77 (0.23–2.61)
 Urban, not inner city1.04 (0.45–2.41)0.73 (0.23–2.26)
 Suburban0.77 (0.35–1.70)0.82 (0.26–2.53)
Practice location
 Northeast11
 South1.00 (0.54–1.85)2.16 (0.82–5.71)
 Midwest1.68 (0.85–3.35)1.83 (0.66–5.12)
 West1.55 (0.80–3.01)2.13 (0.76–5.93)
Payment mix
 <20% Medicaid/SCHIP patients11
 ≤20% Medicaid/SCHIP patients1.63 (0.96–2.76)0.85 (0.38–1.87)
  • CI, confidence interval; OR, odds ratio; SCHIP, State Children’s Health Insurance Program. * P < .05; ** P < .01; *** P < .001.