I haven't followed the details of the Florida system turnaround deal with Qorval (“Dubin out at Jackson in Miami,” Oct. 19, p. 4), but can someone explain how a 31-year-old chief operating officer from a window and door company in 2008 can become a healthcare restructuring expert in 2009? Qorval must have a great sales staff to obtain a $1.8 million contract with a nonexperienced person leading it. Or Jackson Health System isn't very thorough. Or is this Barry Dubin a genius? Hard to believe a genius would be working for a window and door company. Please explain the logic.
Tom PoulsonJohnstown, Ohio