Magazine article Public Finance

NHS Managers Hit out at 1.3% Pay Rise Blow

Magazine article Public Finance

NHS Managers Hit out at 1.3% Pay Rise Blow

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Senior NHS managers are 'deeply disappointed' with the award of a 1.3% pay rise this year.

Health minister Lord Hunt announced this week that boardlevel managers would receive a pay hike equivalent to the average award given to hospital consultants.

The rise applies to senior managers in strategic health authorities, ambulance trusts, special health authorities and primary care trusts and includes finance directors and chief executives. It does not apply to NHS trusts, which have remuneration committees to set their senior managers' pay locally. Non-executive directors and chairs in all NHS organisations, including trusts, will also receive 1.3%.

Hunt added that payments under the bonus scheme for senior executives had yet to be finalised but would be published shortly. …

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