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Table 2 Odds Ratios and 95 % Confidence Intervals for HIV screening within demographic groups before and after GDMS intervention

From: Assessment and improvement of HIV screening rates in a Midwest primary care practice using an electronic clinical decision support system: a quality improvement study

Demographic variable: Pre-intervention p valuea Post-intervention p valuea
   Odds Ratio (95 % CI)   Odds Ratio (95 % CI)  
Age 18–24 0.34 (0.11, 1.11) 0.037b 1.29 (0.75, 2.20) 0.37 b
25–39 1 1
40–49 0.35 (0.20, 0.63) <0.001b 0.50 (0.33, 0.78) 0.001b
50+ 0.27 (0.18, 0.42) <0.001b 0.57 (0.42, 0.79) <0.001b
Sex Female 1 1
Male 1.26 (0.86, 1.85) 0.23 1.21 (0.92, 1.59) 0.1639
Race White 1 1
Asian 0.88 (0.32, 2.42) 0.80c 1.71 (1.02, 2.85) 0.06c
AA 3.86 (2.22, 6.71) <0.001c 1.90 (1.12, 3.21) 0.03c
Otherd 2.48 (1.27, 4.86) 0.02c 1.41 (0.76, 2.63) 0.30c
Unknown 3.44 (1.23, 9.64) 0.05c 2.25 (1.03, 4.91) 0.07c
  1. AA African American, CI confidence interval
  2. aLikelihood ratio test
  3. bCompared to subjects aged 25–39
  4. cCompared to white race
  5. dIncludes Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, Native Americans