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Table 2 Social integration and SMI status of rural-to-urban migrants who used inpatient service

From: Association between rural-to-urban migrants’ social medical insurance, social integration and their medical return in China: a nationally representative cross-sectional data analysis

Variables Rural-to-urban migrants hospitalised in Total (n = 4018) P value
Current Residence (n = 3098) Hometown (n = 614) Other places (n = 306)
Social integration
Employment      < 0.001
 Yes 1770(57.1) 396(64.5) 204(66.7) 2370(59.0)  
 No 1328(42.9) 218(35.5) 102(33.3) 1648(41.0)  
Household income per member (median, P25-P75) 1666.67 (1125.00–2500.00) 1666.67 (1200.00–2616.67) 1500.00 (1000.00–2500.00) 1666.67 (1125.00–2500.00)  
Housing Occupancy      < 0.001
 Owned 809(26.1) 93(15.1) 119(38.9) 1021(25.4)  
 Rented 2207(71.2) 499(81.3) 179(58.5) 2885(71.8)  
 Temporary shelter 82(2.7) 22(3.6) 8(2.6) 112(2.8)  
Permanent settlement intention      < 0.001
 Yes 2263(73.1) 365(59.4) 215(70.2) 2843(70.8)  
 Still unknown 623(20.1) 183(29.8) 70(22.9) 876(21.8)  
 No 212(6.8) 66(10.8) 21(6.9) 299(7.4)  
Social medical insurance status      < 0.001
 None 335(10.8) 30(4.9) 33(10.8) 398(9.9)  
 NRCMS 2069(66.8) 501(81.6) 206(67.3) 2776(69.1)  
 NRCMS&URBMI/UEBMI 157(5.1) 25(4.1) 18(5.9) 200(5.0)  
 URBMI/UEBMI 537(17.3) 58(9.4) 49(16.0) 644(16.0)  
The reason for being hospitalised      < 0.001
 Disease 969(31.3) 230(37.5) 181(59.2) 1380(34.3)  
 Injury 277(8.9) 30(4.9) 31(10.1) 338(8.4)  
 Delivery 1704(55.0) 317(51.6) 68(22.2) 2089(52.0)  
 Other reasons 148(4.8) 37(6.0) 26(8.5) 211(5.3)