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September 8, 2019

Executive Compensation at INOVA

by Anne Paddock

Inova is a 501 (c) (3) healthcare provider serving the Washington metro area. Based in Falls Church, Virginia, Inova is five-hospital system containing more than 1,700 licensed beds and more than 17,000 employees. It is also important to note Inova offers the only level 1 trauma center and level 4 neonatal intensive care unit in the metro Washington, D.C. area.

The health system is comprised of numerous non-profits that are related and affiliated with each other including Inova Health Care Services  – (a subsidiary of the parent organization, Inova Health System Foundation) and  IMANCO ( also a subsidiary that provides executive management oversight) and the Inova Health System Foundation. The most highly compensated employees of all three organizations are included with a name notation in bold if the employee was listed on a return but compensated by one of the other two non-profits (note: the names NOT in bold were compensated by the organization filing the return).

In 2016,  Inova Health Care Services reported 17,107 employees were compensated $1.3 billion, which equates to an average compensation of $76,000. 1,875 employees received more than $100,000 in compensation with the most highly compensated employees listed below:

  • $6,242,224:  J Knox Singleton, President
  • $3,964,363:  Mark Stauder, COO
  • $2,461,570:  Richard Magenheimer, Treasurer
  • $2,048,424:  Loring Flint, EVP Chief Medical Officer
  • $1,651,640:  Patrick Christiansen, EVP CEO IFMC
  • $1,602,766:  Amir Moazzea, MD, Physician
  • $1,509,819:  Marshall Ruffin, Former EVP CTO
  • $1,426,521:  John Niederhuber, CEO ITMI and EVP IHS
  • $1,414,694:  Todd Stottlemeyer, CEO ICPH
  • $1,250,389:  James Santry, Former SVP Business Dev and Mgmnt
  • $1,167,937:  Christopher O’Connor, CEO IHVI
  • $1,084,728:  John Gaul, Assistant Secretary
  • $1,067,033:  Donald Trump, CEO ISCI
  • $1,037,128:  Simon Chung, MD, Physician Supv
  • $  837,489:  Consuelo Pilot, EVP CIO
  • $  817,896:  H Patrick Walters, Former SVP Strategic Planning
  • $  735,070:  Deborah Addo, CEO IMVH
  • $  718,845:  John Fitzgerald, CEO IFOH
  • $  703,690:  Susan Carroll, CEO IAHI
  • $  610,791:  Sally Paull, EVP Chief HR Officer
  • $  566,079:  Maureen Swick, Former SVP COO IFH and CNE
  • $  440,073:  Robert Grasty, EVP CHRO CDO
  • $  302,510:  Hugo Aguas, Former AVP HR Assoc Admin
  • $  297,730:  Hooks Johnston, Trustee
  • $  158,744:  Joseph Roche, Former Exec Dir EAP
  • $  101,656:  Mary Dixon, Former AVP CNO (severance payment)

There are two ways to look at the list above in terms of gender.  The first way is to consider the whole list because the organization is really one although there are many non-profits that make up the whole. Of the 26 employees listed above, 20 (or 77%) are male while 6 (or 23%) are female. The 10 most highly compensated employees listed are male.

The second way to look at the list is to simply consider the employees compensated directly from Inova Health Care Services, which are those names not in bold. There are 15. 11 of the 15, or 73% are male while 4 or 27%  are female.

IMANCO – the management services company providing executive management oversight to the Inova Health System reported the following most highly compensated employees:

  • $6,242,224:  J Knox Singleton, President
  • $3,964,362:  Mark Stauder, COO
  • $2,461,579:  Richard Magenheimer, Treasurer
  • $2,048,423:  Loring Flint, EVP Chief Medical Officer
  • $1,651,640:  Patrick Christiansen, EVP CEO IFMC
  • $1,509,818:  Marshall Ruffin, EVP CTO
  • $1,426,521:  John Niederhuber, EVP CEO ITMI
  • $1,250,389:  James Santry, EVP CEO  DTC AND AMB SVCS
  • $  837,489:  Consuelo Pilot, EVP CIO
  • $  610,791:  Sally Paull, EVP Chief Human Resources
  • $  440,073:  Robert Grasty, EVP CHRO CDO
Of the 11 most highly compensated employees listed above, 9 (or 82%) are male while 2 or 18% are female.

Inova Health System Foundation reported the following 18 most highly compensated employees:

  • $6,242,224:  J Knox Singleton, President
  • $3,964,363:  Mark Stauder, COO
  • $2,461,570:  Richard Magenheimer, Treasurer
  • $2,048,424:  Loring Flint, EVP Chief Medical Officer
  • $1,509,819:  Marshall Ruffin, Former EVP CTO
  • $1,426,521:  John Niederhuber, CEO ITMI and EVP IHS
  • $1,250,389:  James Santry, Former SVP Business Dev and Mgmnt
  • $1,084,728:  John Gaul, Assistant Secretary
  • $  817,896:  Patrick Walters, Former Trustee
  • $  777,768:  Russell Mohawk, SVO CFO Health Plan POP HE
  • $  610,791:  Sally Paull, EVP Chief HR Officer
  • $  542,308:  Mathew Poffenroth, AVP Como Signature Partner
  • $  448,847:  Anthony Burchard, President IHS Foundation
  • $  440,073:  Robert Grasty, EVP CHRO CDO
  • $  344,708:  Anne Rieger, AVP COO Signature Partner
  • $  226,418:  Mary Mooney, Exec Dir Development
  • $  194,056:  Laura Moses, AVP Foundation
  • $  164,242:  Suzanne Quinn, Institutional Giving Director

Of the 18 employees listed above, 13 (or 72%) are male while 5 (or 28%) are female. Of those compensated directly by Invoa Health System Foundation (of which there are 6), 2  (33%) are male while 4 (67%) are female.

To read the IRS Form 990 (2016) for Inova Health Care Services, click here.

To read the IRS Form 990 (2016) for IMANCO, click here.

To read the IRS Form 990 (2016) for Inova Health System Foundation, click here.

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