Table 4

Effect of intervention on having adequate contacts with high-quality care (n=2970)

BaselineFollow-up:
Intention-to-treat
cDiDP valueaDiDP valueFollow-up:
Per-protocol
cDiDP valueaDiDP value
ControlInterventionControlInterventionControlIntervention
(n=617)(n=863)(n=620)(n=870)(n=486)(n=632)
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ANC
 Inadequate contacts32.731.622.723.123.722.0
 Adequate contacts with low-quality care61.663.566.664.366.565.0
 Adequate contacts with high-quality care5.74.910.712.62.80.522.20.619.913.03.90.432.80.54
PPC
 Inadequate contact25.026.820.018.122.615.2
 Adequate contact with low-quality care54.153.149.850.550.050.6
 Adequate contact with high-quality care20.920.230.231.52.10.721.90.7327.434.27.60.252.70.66
PNC
 Inadequate contacts87.286.845.337.848.232.1
 Adequate contacts with low-quality care9.911.932.128.532.929.8
 Adequate contacts with high-quality care2.91.322.633.712.70.1412.30.1318.938.120.80.0118.10.02
  • The DiD estimates were adjusted for study site, living in a subdistrict with a district hospital, age, education, marital status, parity, religion, wealth quintiles and the status of the national health insurance membership.

  • aDiD, adjusted difference-in-difference estimators; cDiD, crude difference-in-difference estimators; P, P value for DiD estimators.