Consultant for Miami-based Jackson Health System has fraud-case link
Barry Dubin, who was selected as a $425-an-hour consultant for Miami-based Jackson Health System, has been linked to accusations of fraud in the closing of a Chicago window company. The case involves Republic Windows and Doors, where 200 employees made national newscasts when they refused to leave the plant for six days last December after the company lost its bank financing. After learning of the allegation, Jackson Chief Executive Eneida Roldan announced she had "formally requested that Mr. Barry Dubin be removed from the consulting team. This is no reflection on his expertise, but this has caused a distraction and we need to turn things around quickly. The hospital cannot afford this distraction."
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