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Health chiefs ignore pay guidance

10th May 2011

Incomes Data Services (IDS), a research group, has warned that reforms to the NHS could increase managers' pay even further.

The IDS said health service executives had not adhered to "pay guidance" from the Department of Health, which advised that managers' salaries should not increase by over 1.5% annually. The IDS estimated that the average NHS executive salary increased by 4.5% in 2009-10. According to annual report data on salaries, the median salary of a health service trust chief executive was £158,800 in 2010.

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Article Information

Title: Health chiefs ignore pay guidance
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 18416
Date Added: 10th May 2011

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