The role of NHS England is to promote a comprehensive health service so as to improve the health outcomes for people in England. It also promotes the NHS Constitution and the values and commitments contained within it.
NHS Commissioning Board became an ENDPB in October 2012. The legal name is NHS Commissioning Board however it is now known as NHS England. Prior to 1 October 2013, the Chair, Professor Malcolm Grant, did not directly receive remuneration, but his employer made a recharge to the Board for the time he devoted to the appointment. With effect from 1 October 2013 Sir Malcolm moved onto the NHS England payroll with an annual salary of £63,000. The CE, Sir David Nicholson, is on secondment from the Department of Health however his salary (£210k-215k) is met by NHS England.
|Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)|
|Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration||see notes|
|Register of Interests||Yes|
|Last Annual Report||2012-13|