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Hints: Depending on context, you could argue which is the dependent variable and which is the independent variable.  I chose to investigate whether obesity rates could predict total hospital expenditures.  I did not “check” the ‘constant is zero” box.

Instructions Part One: A linear regression analysis was performed in SPSS to evaluate the ability of independent variables full and part-time FTEs, number of Medicare certified beds and urban vs. rural setting to predict dependent variable, occupancy rate. In paragraph, APA-formatted form, interpret the results. Include basic assumptions for regression analysis.

Variables Entered/Removeda

Model

Variables Entered

Variables Removed

Method

1

Urban=1 Rural=0, F59 FTEs Part Time, F59 FTEs Full Time, Medicare Certified Beds, F33 FTEs Part Time, F33 FTEs Full Timeb

.

Enter

a. Dependent Variable: OccRate

b. All requested variables entered.

For the chart above, the Independent Variables are:

F59 FTEs Full Time [ACTTHRFT]

F59 FTEs Part Time [ACTTHRPT]

F33 FTEs Full Time [ADMIN_FT]

F33 FTEs Part Time [ADMIN_PT]

Medicare Certified Beds [MCAREBED]

Urban = 1 Rural = 0 [URBAN]

The Dependent Variable is:

Occupancy Rate [OccRate]

Model Summaryb

Model

R

R Square

Adjusted R Square

Std. Error of the Estimate

1

.334a

.111

.098

16.15966

a. Predictors: (Constant), Urban=1 Rural=0, F59 FTEs Part Time, F59 FTEs Full Time, Medicare Certified Beds, F33 FTEs Part Time, F33 FTEs Full Time

b. Dependent Variable: OccRate

ANOVAa

Model

Sum of Squares

df

Mean Square

F

Sig.

1

Regression

12874.868

6

2145.811

8.217

.000b

Residual

102625.909

393

261.135

Total

115500.777

399

a. Dependent Variable: OccRate

b. Predictors: (Constant), Urban=1 Rural=0, F59 FTEs Part Time, F59 FTEs Full Time, Medicare Certified Beds, F33 FTEs Part Time, F33 FTEs Full Time

Coefficientsa

Model

Unstandardized Coefficients

Standardized Coefficients

t

Sig.

B

Std. Error

Beta

1

(Constant)

76.194

1.794

42.468

.000

F59 FTEs Full Time

2.799

1.064

.129

2.632

.009

F59 FTEs Part Time

-2.085

3.904

-.026

-.534

.594

F33 FTEs Full Time

.508

.182

.153

2.788

.006

F33 FTEs Part Time

1.561

.831

.101

1.878

.061

Medicare Certified Beds

-.265

.051

-.251

-5.155

.000

Urban=1 Rural=0

.608

1.763

.017

.345

.730

a. Dependent Variable: OccRate

Residuals Statisticsa

Minimum

Maximum

Mean

Std. Deviation

N

Predicted Value

54.8814

110.5536

81.8834

5.68048

400

Residual

-76.74610

36.51113

.00000

16.03770

400

Std. Predicted Value

-4.753

5.047

.000

1.000

400

Std. Residual

-4.749

2.259

.000

.992

400

a. Dependent Variable: OccRate

Instructions Part Two: Use the same Excel file you used for the correlation assignment to calculate regression on obesity rates and total hospital expenditures (Data > Analyze Data (may be an add in) > Regression). Paste results and interpretation below.

Sheet1

Category Type of Service/Source of Funds Date Expenditures Obesity Prevalence
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Defense 12/31/80 $2,819,000,000 0.095
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Veterans Affairs 12/31/80 $4,997,000,000 0.107
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicaid (Title XIX) 12/31/80 $9,214,000,000 0.151
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicare 12/31/80 $26,278,000,000 0.104
Total Hospital Expenditures Other Third Party Payers and Programs 12/31/80 $15,041,000,000 0.093
Total Hospital Expenditures Out of pocket 12/31/80 $5,381,000,000 0.144
Total Hospital Expenditures Private Health Insurance 12/31/80 $36,786,000,000 0.095
Total Hospital Expenditures Total CMS Programs (Medicaid, CHIP and Medicare) 12/31/80 $35,493,000,000 0.088
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Defense 12/31/81 $3,275,000,000 0.143
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Veterans Affairs 12/31/81 $5,436,000,000 0.112
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicaid (Title XIX) 12/31/81 $11,062,000,000 0.105
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicare 12/31/81 $31,521,000,000 0.127
Total Hospital Expenditures Other Third Party Payers and Programs 12/31/81 $17,300,000,000 0.11
Total Hospital Expenditures Out of pocket 12/31/81 $6,271,000,000 0.109
Total Hospital Expenditures Private Health Insurance 12/31/81 $42,615,000,000 0.096
Total Hospital Expenditures Total CMS Programs (Medicaid, CHIP and Medicare) 12/31/81 $42,583,000,000 0.072
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Defense 12/31/82 $3,694,000,000 0.1
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Veterans Affairs 12/31/82 $5,951,000,000 0.135
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicaid (Title XIX) 12/31/82 $11,782,000,000 0.158
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicare 12/31/82 $36,662,000,000 0.175
Total Hospital Expenditures Other Third Party Payers and Programs 12/31/82 $19,052,000,000 0.199
Total Hospital Expenditures Out of pocket 12/31/82 $7,210,000,000 0.162
Total Hospital Expenditures Private Health Insurance 12/31/82 $49,297,000,000 0.212
Total Hospital Expenditures Total CMS Programs (Medicaid, CHIP and Medicare) 12/31/82 $48,444,000,000 0.201
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Defense 12/31/83 $3,887,000,000 0.164
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Veterans Affairs 12/31/83 $6,290,000,000 0.188
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicaid (Title XIX) 12/31/83 $12,947,000,000 0.204
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicare 12/31/83 $40,989,000,000 0.143
Total Hospital Expenditures Other Third Party Payers and Programs 12/31/83 $19,725,000,000 0.148
Total Hospital Expenditures Out of pocket 12/31/83 $7,624,000,000 0.176
Total Hospital Expenditures Private Health Insurance 12/31/83 $53,282,000,000 0.141
Total Hospital Expenditures Total CMS Programs (Medicaid, CHIP and Medicare) 12/31/83 $53,936,000,000 0.18
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Defense 12/31/84 $4,200,000,000 0.157
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Veterans Affairs 12/31/84 $6,886,000,000 0.191
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicaid (Title XIX) 12/31/84 $13,961,000,000 0.159
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicare 12/31/84 $45,415,000,000 0.163
Total Hospital Expenditures Other Third Party Payers and Programs 12/31/84 $20,035,000,000 0.148
Total Hospital Expenditures Out of pocket 12/31/84 $8,093,000,000 0.176
Total Hospital Expenditures Private Health Insurance 12/31/84 $55,775,000,000 0.182
Total Hospital Expenditures Total CMS Programs (Medicaid, CHIP and Medicare) 12/31/84 $59,377,000,000 0.182
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Defense 12/31/85 $4,917,000,000 0.193
Total Hospital Expenditures Department of Veterans Affairs 12/31/85 $7,100,000,000 0.196
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicaid (Title XIX) 12/31/85 $14,624,000,000 0.203
Total Hospital Expenditures Medicare 12/31/85 $48,644,000,000 0.198
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