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I might just ask you first about your managed care contracting. A lot of the MCOs are reporting how they’re struggling on the exchanges. I wonder as you’re thinking about contracting next year and beyond, A, are you seeing any difference in pricing in terms that people are asking for? And specifically, can you comment on the dialogue around what you’re hearing on the public exchange side? ——————————————————————————– Trevor Fetter, Tenet Healthcare Corporation – Chairmant & CEO  ——————————————————————————– Sure. And, A.J., I’ll just kick that over to Clint Hailey. I’ll just start by saying our growth from the exchange business continues to be strong. http://askkatherinegonzalez.pdxrwa.org/2016/08/06/the-best-questions-for-efficient-systems-for-selection-interview/But provider perspective, obviously, is very different than the payer perspective on this. But Clint why don’t you just update some of the stats we always give about the participation in exchanges and then also some commentary on what you’re seeing.
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