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Table 4 The difference in Pap tests use between post-ACA and post-ACA counterfactual, by different population groups (Results)

From: Impact of removing cost sharing under the affordable care act (ACA) on mammography and pap test use

Category Post-ACA counterfactual
Predicting probabilities using 2009 model
Post-ACA
Predicting probabilities using 2016 model
Difference
Low income 76.24% 70.22% −6.05
Middle income 78.52% 72.68% −5.84
High income 84.85% 79.92% −4.93
Some school 70.46% 66.56% −3.9
High school 75.76% 69.22% −6.54
College 84.94% 79.14% −5.8
White 78.16% 71.62% −6.54
Black 85.32% 81.48% −3.84
Other 76.71% 73.46% −3.25
21–39 89.26% 86.17% −3.09
40–49 86.04% 84.51% −1.53
50–64 78.29% 73.74% −4.55
Private insurance 83.52% 79.09% −4.43
Public insurance 73.89% 65.44% −8.45
Uninsured 73.13% 68.96% −4.17
Usual Source of Care available 86.84% 83.77% −3.07
Usual Source of Care not available 79.18% 75.47% −3.71