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Table 1 Patient characteristics by interpreter status

From: Utilization of a mental health collaborative care model among patients who require interpreter services

  Interpreter status P value
No (N = 7156) Yes (N = 77)
DIAMOND status (%)    <.01a
 Enrolled 3376 (47.2) 14 (18.2)  
 Not enrolled 3780(52.8) 63 (81.8)  
Age    .01b
 Median 40.2 47.4  
 Q1, Q3 28.6, 53.7 40.1, 56.6  
Gender (%)    .83a
 Female 5008 (70.0) 61 (79.2)  
 Male 2148 (30.0) 16 (20.8)  
Race (%)    <.01a
 Black 160 (2.2) 11 (14.3)  
 White 6611 (92.4) 14 (18.2)  
 Other/unknown 290 (4.1) 33 (42.9)  
 Asian 95 (1.3) 19 (24.7)  
Ethnicity (%)    <.01a
 Hispanic or Latino 168 (2.3) 16 (20.8)  
 Not Hispanic or Latino 6670 (93.2) 58 (75.3)  
 Unknown 318 (4.4) 3 (3.9)  
Marital status (%)    .52a
 Divorced/single/widowed 3481 (48.6) 24 (31.2)  
 Married/partner 3613 (50.5) 53 (68.8)  
 Other/unknown 62 (0.9) 0 (0.0)  
Insurance (%)    <.01a
 Commercial 4972 (69.5) 20 (26.0)  
 Medicaid 909 (12.7) 41 (53.3)  
 Medicare 965 (13.5) 12 (15.6)  
 Self-pay 250 (3.5) 3 (3.9)  
 Other/unknown 60 (0.8) 1 (1.3)  
Education (%)    <.01a
 ≤High school 1946 (27.2) 52 (67.5)  
 Some college≤ 4847 (67.7) 14 (18.2)  
 Unknown 363 (5.1) 11 (14.3)  
Charlson score (%)    <.01a
 0 3337 (46.6) 30 (39.0)  
 1 1947 (27.2) 19 (24.7)  
 2 783 (11.0) 14 (18.2)  
 >2 1087 (15.2) 14 (18.2)  
 N/A 2 0  
Initial PHQ-9 score    .47b
 Median 15.0 16.0  
 Q1, Q3 12.0, 18.0 13.0, 19.0  
  1. DIAMOND Depression Improvement Across Minnesota, Offering A New Direction, PHQ-9 Patient Health Questionnaire-9
  2. aChi square
  3. bWilcoxon