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Table 3 OLS regression, association between intention to regularly use PHR and demographic, socioeconomic and UTAUT factors

From: Socioeconomic and behavioural factors associated with access to and use of Personal Health Records

  Model 1 Model 2
Coef 95% CI Coef 95% CI
Country
(Ref. group: Belgium)
 Germany 0.130 (−0.241, 0.502) 0.174 (−0.268, 0.615)
 France 0.172 (−0.086, 0.43) 0.151 (−0.086, 0.388)
 Luxembourg 0.429 (0.196, 0.662) 0.394 (0.202, 0.586)
Gender
(Reference group: Male)
 Female 0.140 (−0.041, 0.321) 0.098 (−0.066, 0.261)
 Age 0.005 (−0.001, 0.011) 0.004 (−0.001, 0.009)
Partnership status
(Ref. group: not living in a couple)
 Living in a couple 0.036 (−0.208, 0.281) 0.002 (−0.214, 0.216)
Migration status
(Ref. group: born in the Greater Region)
 Not born in the Greater Region −0.189 (−0.494, 0.115) 0.023 (−0.260, 0.305)
Employment status
(Ref. group: employed)
 Not employed −0.026 (−0.271, 0.219) −0.023 (−0.224, 0.178)
Chronic disease
(Ref. group: Living with a chronic disease)
 No −0.174 (−0.369, 0.021) 0.225*** (0.387, 0.063)
Perception of income
(Ref. group: difficult/very difficult)
 Coping/comfortable 0.211 (−0.002, 0.423) −0.011 (−0.213, 0.191)
Education
(Ref. group: secondary and less)
 University and above 0.181* (0.007, 0.356) 0.092 (−0.06, 0.245)
 Use of Technology
 PHR useful & easy    0.550*** (0.456, 0.645)
 Social influence & support    0.123*** (0.032, 0.213)
 Lack of anxiety    0.204*** (0.116, 0.292)
  1. Bold values indicate P < 0.05
  2. P < 0.10; *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001