A case brought against the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital by its fired chief executive Joe Woodin has been resolved, a hospital spokesman confirmed Monday.

Mr. Woodin was fired abruptly in June 2017 after just 13 months on the job. He filed a breach of contract action last October, after months of acrimonious settlement talks over the terms of his departure.

In his employment agreement, Mr. Woodin had agreed to settle any disputes with the hospital by arbitration.

In the end the dispute was resolved through mediation, both sides confirmed.

In an email, the hospital’s director of communications Katrina Delgadillo said the agreement was struck with the help of Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services (JAMS), a global dispute resolution service. She declined to disclose the details.

Speaking to the Gazette by telephone Tuesday Mr. Woodin, who has since taken a job as CEO of a hospital in Homer, Alaska, said the agreement includes financial compensation for him. He declined to disclose details or comment further.