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Table 2 Proportion of residents with new do-not-hospitalize orders and any hospital transfers during follow-upa among residents with advanced illness, by treatment status

From: Effect of advance care planning video on do-not-hospitalize orders for nursing home residents with advanced illness

  Long-stay residentsb with advanced illnessc Short-stay residentsb with advanced illnessc
% (SE)
[95% CI]
AME (SE)
[95% CI]
% (SE)
[95% CI]
AME (SE)
[95% CI]
Intervention
(n = 1485)
Control
(n = 2417)
  Intervention
(n = 873)
Control
(n = 1342)
 
Do-not-hospitalize (DNH) order 9.3 (2.2)
[5.0, 13.6]
4.2 (1.1)
[2.1, 6.3]
5.0 (2.4)
[0.3, 9.8]
8.0 (1.7)
[4.6, 11.3]
3.5 (1.0)
[1.5, 5.5]
4.4 (2.0)
[0.5, 8.3]
Any hospitalization 28.4 (1.6)
[25.3, 31.5]
28.8 (1.5)
[25.8, 31.7]
-0.4 (2.2)
[-4.7, 3.9]
39.9 (1.9)
[36.1, 43.6]
38.3 (1.4)
[35.6, 41.0]
1.5 (2.4)
[-3.1, 6.2]
  1. Reflect estimated probabilities from logistic regression, controlling for resident age and race / ethnicity, with a random effect for nursing homes
  2. Abbreviations: AME Average marginal effect, DNH Do not hospitalize
  3. a12-month follow-up for long-stay residents; 100 days follow-up for short-stay residents
  4. bLong-stay: over 100 days in nursing home; Short-stay: 100 or fewer days in nursing home
  5. cAdvanced illness includes residents with advanced dementia or advanced CHF / COPD