TABLE 1

Association of Family and Health Care Factors With Length of Visit: NSECH (N = 1691)

Reported Time With Doctor or Health Care Clinician, %
1–10 min (n = 495), %11–15 min (n = 462), %16–20 min (n = 373), %21+ min (n = 361), %
Total33.625.421.720.3
Family demographics
    Child age, mo
        4–934.926.720.118.3
        10–1832.125.024.118.8
        19–3534.025.219.021.8
    Maternal race/ethnicitya
        White36.526.020.616.9
        Black29.623.317.229.9
        Hispanic-English26.829.424.719.2
        Hispanic-Spanish27.823.419.529.3
        Other29.620.727.921.8
Socioeconomic Status
    Family income
        Less than $17 50036.319.519.524.7
        $17 501 to $35 00028.727.822.720.8
        $35 001 to $60 00032.630.520.316.5
        $60 001 or higher37.623.720.018.8
    Maternal educationa
        Less than high school33.621.316.828.2
        High-school graduate31.626.120.521.8
        College or higher35.026.722.515.9
    Health insurance coverage
        Private coverage34.125.823.516.6
        Public coverage31.924.417.626.1
        Other insurance31.025.620.023.4
        Uninsured43.726.013.117.2
Health care factors
    Setting of carea
        Physician office34.126.920.618.5
        Health center30.320.422.327.0
        Hospital/emergency department/urgent care or walk-in clinic36.022.118.523.4
    Has same clinician for all well-child care
        Yes32.326.721.020.0
        No34.724.420.420.5
    Clinician gendera,b
        Female23.227.826.9022.1
        Male38.126.017.318.7
  • a P < .05 for overall χ2 test across all visit length categories.

  • b Limited to only the 890 respondents who had a specific clinician for well-child care and no missing data on clinician gender.