During his time as president of the medical staff at Winchester Medical Center, Dr. Tom Oliver helped his organization successfully navigate a variety of challenges. But none would test his leadership skills more than an on-call compensation crisis.
In this episode we talk with Dr. Oliver about his time as president of the medical staff, and how a group of physician leaders were able to bridge the divide between a medical staff demanding to be paid for call and an administration that refused.
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