Association between the COVID-19 pandemic and insurance-based disparities in mortality after major surgery among US adults
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Glance LG, Dick AW, Shippey E, et al. Association Between the COVID-19 Pandemic and Insurance-Based Disparities in Mortality After Major Surgery Among US Adults. JAMA Netw Open. 2022;5(7):e2222360. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.22360. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the CC-BY License.
Glance, Laurent G; Dick, Andrew W; Shippey, Ernie; McCormick, Patrick J; Dutton, Richard; Stone, Patricia W; Shang, Jingjing; Lustik, Stewart J; Lander, Heather L; Gosev, Igor; and Joynt Maddox, Karen E, "Association between the COVID-19 pandemic and insurance-based disparities in mortality after major surgery among US adults." JAMA Network Open. 5, 7. e2222360 (2022).
eFigure 1. Flow Diagram Describing Selection of Cases in the Analytic Cohort eFigure 2. Distribution of Hospital COVID-19 Burden eFigure 3. Emergent and Urgent Surgical Case Volumes Stratified by Hospital COVID-19 Burden eFigure 4. Changes in the Proportion of All Patients Undergoing (A) Emergency Surgery and (B) Urgent Surgery Who Have Either Medicaid or No Insurance eTable 1. Patient Characteristics eTable 2. Coefficients for Model Examining the Association Between Changes in All-Cause Inpatient Mortality and Hospital COVID-19 Burden eTable 3. Coefficients for Models Examining the Association Between Changes in All-Cause Inpatient Mortality and Payer Status and Hospital COVID-19 Burden eTable 4. Coefficients for DDD Model Examining the Association Between Changes in AllCause Inpatient Mortality and Payer Status and Hospital COVID-19 Burden