What we spend and how we spend it

The following documents provide further information regarding what NHS England’s spends and how:

Payments over £25,000 we have made

NHS England is committed to meeting Government transparency requirements in relation to how we spend the money we are given. As part of this we will periodically publish information on the payments we have made that are over £25,000. For 2013/14, a summary of this spend information has been published in a single file. For 2014/15 the information will be published periodically.  You can see and download the information by clicking on the links below.

In the data file where the word ‘Removed’ appears against a payment line it means that we have decided that revealing the details of the payment could lead to the identification of an individual patient – the details of the payment have been removed to prevent this.

Please note, spend shown is for NHS England, and 23 Commissioning Support Units (CSUs) who provide support services to over 200 CCGs.

NHS Long Term Plan

Our Business Plan explains how our commitment to transparency and increasing patients’ voice are fundamental to improving patient care.

The Review Body on Doctors’ and Dentists’ Remuneration

Pay uplifts for doctors and dentists, who work for the NHS, are determined by the government in light of recommendations made by the independent review body on doctors and dentists remuneration (DDRB).  This body takes evidence from across the four UK administrations, trade unions and NHS Employers before making their recommendations.

The first two attached documents contain the NHS England initial evidence to DDRB on General Medical Practitioners and General Dental Practitioners and the joint evidence of NHS England and NHS Improvement on the NHS Financial Position and the NHS Long Term Plan for 2019. Subsequent documents provide NHS England’s initial  evidence to DDRB on General Medical Practitioners and General Dental Practitioners and supplementary evidence provided for 2015 to 2018

NHS Pay Review Body

Pay uplifts for NHS staff working under agenda for change terms and conditions are determined by the government in light of recommendations made by the independent NHS Pay Review Body who take evidence from across the four UK administrations, trade unions and NHS Employers before making their recommendations.

Financial performance report and accounts

This report covers the six month period from 1 October 2012 to 31 March 2013, representing the first six months of the NHS Commissioning Board (“the Board”).

Report and accounts

Annual report and accounts for the NHS Commissioning Board (known as NHS England) and NHS Improvement.

Expenses

Information on expenses incurred by national directors can found here on the ‘Declarations’ page on NHS England website.