The end of Hutcheson began with the decision Stewart made in 2006 to fire the existing group of stable and competent Anesthesiologists, then bring in a group which promised the world and delivered very little.
The ensuing years were marked by a revolving door of weak or otherwise-unemployable physicians who, as "anesthesiologists", scared the daylights out of the fine surgeons who practiced at Hutcheson. They fled in droves, fearing for their patients' lives!
At best, the strategy was guided by incompetence. Some, however, have made a plausible case for corruption. A full investigation is warranted.