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Table 3 Characteristics of patient visits for the AAC only and AAC + TMCP periods*

From: A cluster randomized trial evaluating a teachable moment communication process for tobacco cessation support

  Overall
N = 119,274
AAC only
N = 77,500
AAC + TMCP
N = 41,774
Description Category N (%) N (%) N (%)
Gender Male 44,434 (37.3%) 28,965 (37.4%) 15,469 (37.0%)
Female 74,840 (62.7%) 48,535 (62.6%) 26,305 (63.0%)
Age in years 18–34 20,112 (16.9%) 13,048 (16.8%) 7,064 (16.9%)
35–64 72,788 (61.0%) 47,683 (61.5%) 25,105 (60.1%)
65 +  26,374 (22.1%) 16,769 (21.6%) 9,605 (23.0%)
Race White 54,226 (51.3%) 35,017 (51.7%) 19,209 (50.6%)
African American 45,711 (43.2%) 29,739 (43.9%) 15,972 (42.1%)
Other 5,767 (5.5%) 2,979 (4.4%) 2,788 (7.3%)
Hispanic Non-Hispanic 98,711 (84.9%) 63,928 (84.6%) 34,783 (85.4%)
Hispanic 17,587 (15.1%) 11,627 (15.4%) 5,960 (14.6%)
Primary Insurance Class Commercial 32,979 (28.2%) 21,377 (28.2%) 11,602 (28.2%)
Medicaid 42,792 (36.6%) 27,987 (36.9%) 14,805 (36.0%)
Medicare 33,440 (28.6%) 21,438 (28.3%) 12,002 (29.2%)
Self-Pay 7,647 (6.5%) 4,945 (6.5%) 2,702 (6.6%)
Other 123 (0.1%) 85 (0.1%) 38 (0.1%)
Smoking Status Current Smoker 26,903 (22.6%) 17,408 (22.5%) 9,495 (22.7%)
Former Smoker 29,411 (24.7%) 18,961 (24.5%) 10,450 (25.0%)
Never Smoked 43,748 (36.7%) 28,177 (36.4%) 15,571 (37.3%)
Not Assessed 19,212 (16.1%) 12,954 (16.7%) 6,258 (15.0%)
Readiness to Quit Assessed No 8,008 (37.2%) 4,494 (33.7%) 3,514 (42.9%)
Yes 13,532 (62.8%) 8,848 (66.3%) 4,684 (57.1%)
Ready to Quit No 9,769 (72.2%) 6,158 (69.6%) 3,611 (77.1%)
Yes 3,763 (27.8%) 2,690 (30.4%) 1,073 (22.9%)
Health Center 1 7,609 (6.4%) 4,785 (6.2%) 2,824 (6.8%)
2 22,111 (18.5%) 14,703 (19.0%) 7,408 (17.7%)
3 10,432 (8.7%) 4,797 (6.2%) 5,635 (13.5%)
4 14,394 (12.1%) 9,441 (12.2%) 4,953 (11.9%)
5 20,036 (16.8%) 13,877 (17.9%) 6,159 (14.7%)
6 22,159 (18.6%) 13,975 (18.0%) 8,184 (19.6%)
7 18,341 (15.4%) 13,483 (17.4%) 4,858 (11.6%)
8 4,192 (3.5%) 2,439 (3.1%) 1,753 (4.2%)
  1. * the data in this table are limited to the visits for the per protocol analysis