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Table 1 Sample distribution and OHS usage by socio-demographic and other variables

From: Factors affecting compliance with use of online healthcare services among adults in Israel

  All sample
(N=703) %
Gender Age Religion Education Income Marital status HMO Employment status
Women
(N = 410)
Men
(N=293)
45-59
(N=307)
60-69
(N=215)
70a
(N=181)
Jewish
(N=579)
Other
(N=124)
Less than 12
(N=125)
12 and more
(N=575)
Under average
(N = 311)
Average and more
(N = 296)
Lives alone
(N=126)
Lives with a partner
(N = 238)
Lives with family
(N=332)
Clalit
(N = 442)
Macc-abi
(N=136)
Leu-mit
(N=53)
Meuh-edet
(N = 68)
Works
(N=317)
Do not work
(N=385)
Sample distribution 100 58 42 44 30 26 82 18 18 82 51 49 18 34 48 63 20 7 10 45 55
Percentage of Internet users, out of samplea 59 53 56 63*** 56 38 58*** 36 14*** 63 37*** 71 49 53 58 48*** 75 42 63 68*** 43
Percentage of users of The HMO’s website for administrative information, out of Internet usersb 67 69 64 64 67 75 70** 53 50* 68 58** 69 70** 75 61 45* 51 44 39 63** 72
Percentage of users of The HMO’s website for consultation, out of Internet users 17 18 16 17 18 15 16** 29 21 17 15 19 15 19 16 17 20 11 15 16 19
Percentage of users of Forums for medical information, out of Internet users 46 51** 39 48 42 44 47 39 29 46 39* 49 41 46 47 66 76 59 57 48 43
  1. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1
  2. a The statistical significance measures in row 3 the differences between percentages of Internet users by socio-demographic and other variable
  3. b The statistical significance measures in rows 4–6 the difference between percentages of users of each online service, out of Internet users, by variables