Trevor Fetter, CEO of one of the largest U.S. hospital companies, says the Tenet's attention to bulking up in its markets, a recovering economy and the Affordable Care Act are fueling "the best growth that I can remember in 20 years in this business." In an interview with Editor Merrill Goozner during a visit to Modern Healthcare's Chicago newsroom, Fetter explains how Tenet has moved to capitalize on changes in the U.S. healthcare industry, such as making sure Tenet hospitals are in-network for low-cost exchange plans and its recent acquisition of United Surgical Partners. Fetter also says Tenet's position as a low-cost, high-quality provider in its markets makes it well-positioned to take advantage of moves toward value-based care, such as Medicare's mandatory test of bundled pay for hip and knee replacements.
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