Table 2.

Respondent Characteristics for a Survey of Colorado Clinicians in 2019 (n = 148). Percentages May Not Add to 100 Due to Rounding. *Chi-Square Test Comparing Rural and Urban Respondents

CharacteristicAll Respondents N = 148 n (%)Rural N = 79 n (%)Urban N = 69 n (%)P value*
Female95 (64)53 (67)42 (61).43
Job role.0002
    Medical doctor119 (80)54 (68)65 (94)
    Advanced practice provider (nurse practitioner, physician assistant)5 (3)4 (5)1 (1)
    Nurse or medical assistant16 (11)15 (19)1 (1)
    Public health provider8 (5)6 (8)2 (3)
Medical specialty<.001
    Pediatric73 (50)22 (28)51 (74)
    Family Medicine50 (33)37 (47)13 (19)
    Public Health23 (16)19 (24)4 (6)
    General/Internal Medicine2 (1)1 (1)1 (1)
Years practicing in current geographic area (n = 146).33
    <1047 (32)29 (38)18 (26)
    10 to 1958 (40)28 (36)30 (44)
    ≥2041 (28)20 (26)21 (30)
Number of adolescents practice sees in a typical week.004
<5067 (45)43 (54)24 (35)
    50 to 9940 (27)23 (29)17 (25)
    ≥10041 (28)13 (17)28 (41)
Percentage of patients Hispanic/Latino (n = 136).44
    0% to 9%27 (20)16 (22)11 (18)
    10% to 24%43 (32)19 (26)24 (38)
    25% to 49%36 (27)22 (30)14 (22)
    50% to 100%30 (22)16 (22)14 (22)
Percentage of patients Black/African American (n = 136)<.001
    0% to 9%111 (82)70 (95)41 (66)
    10% to 24%23 (17)4 (5)19 (31)
    25% to 49%1 (1)0 (0)1 (2)
    50% to 100%1 (1)0 (0)1 (2)
Percentage of patients insured by Medicaid (n = 136)<.001
    0% to 9%13 (10)3 (4)10 (16)
    10% to 24%30 (22)9 (12)21 (34)
    25% to 49%35 (26)24 (32)11 (18)
    50% to 100%58 (43)38 (51)20 (32)
Percentage of patients uninsured (n = 129).12
    0% to 9%99 (77)49 (69)50 (86)
    10% to 24%18 (14)12 (17)6 (10)
    25% to 49%5 (4)4 (6)1 (2)
    50% to 100%7 (5)6 (9)1 (2)