Damaged Fairview ousts exec

  • Article by: MAURA LERNER and TONY KENNEDY , Star Tribune s taff w riters
  • Updated: May 25, 2012 - 5:32 PM

Mark Eustis was linked to firm behind high-pressure debt collection tactics.

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solarnowMay. 24, 12 9:18 AM

What kind of golden parachute does he get?

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mn2niceMay. 24, 12 9:24 AM

Opps. Fairview's self-image of being a "world class" hospital system just got a little tarnished, I would say. Another CEO will exit stage right with a very nice separation compensation package for haivng failed.

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william16May. 24, 12 9:32 AM

Calling Eustis' departure a "retirement" diminishes the word. He was dismissed.

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mcnerd97May. 24, 12 9:36 AM

Whoopsie daisy ... went to FV Ridges ER last weekend. Nothing has really changed. We had a lady come into the room (when someone was getting changed) and they asked for money ... of course this was prior to the discharge paperwork being completed. It's all a farce!

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corvidMay. 24, 12 9:39 AM

Nice! Wreak havoc, take your payout (parachute)and head for the hills. Just like the old 70's saying; "Do unto others, then split"

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mxm123May. 24, 12 9:51 AM

What about the CEO of Fairview Southdale, where the abuse was most prevalent. What does it say about the work culture at Fairview Southdale? Why does the local CEO get to hide ?

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highiqMay. 24, 12 9:51 AM

I echo the previous two comments...big deal, he'll get a nice parachute and retire comfortably with more money than most of us will ever make. Boo hoo.

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sevnofnynMay. 24, 12 9:58 AM

Yeah, what william16 said, but my thoughts were why say retirement, it sounds like a softer version of Trump's "You're fired". We need universal coverage, this would take care of these issues.

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jamue11eMay. 24, 1210:05 AM

mcnerd97: We had a woman come ask for a copay, which is due at time of service that was not taken at admission. They asked if we wanted to pay it that day. I was more than happy to because then I don't have to get a bill in the mail for something that is due that day. I had brought a check already filled out for that amount with me. That is not the same as soliciting money owed for other things. However, they should "knock" first.

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widespotMay. 24, 1210:36 AM

I still don't understand the problem. They just want to get paid for the service they provide. Most of you would get pretty "heavy handed" if your employer didn't pay you when it was due.

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