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West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership: Managers

Question for Department of Health and Social Care

UIN 101678, tabled on 11 January 2022

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what is the agreed salary for the chief executive of the West Yorkshire integrated care system.

This answer is the replacement for a previous holding answer.

Answered on

31 January 2022

Integrated care systems (ICSs) are categorised from A to D, depending on their weighted population determined by factors including complexity, population health and demographics. For those ICSs in band A, NHS England and NHS Improvement can approve chief executive salaries of between £175,000 and £197,500. For band B, salaries of between £190,000 to £212,500 can be approved, with salaries of between £220,000 and £245,000 for band C and between £250,000 and £275,000 for band D. In exceptional cases, such as where an area has multiple significant health and organisational challenges, NHS England and NHS Improvement can seek ministerial approval for higher salaries. Most chief executives in ICSs are expected to be in bands A and B. The following table shows the bands for the ICSs requested.

ICS

Band

Humber Coast and Vale

C

North East and North Cumbria

D

South Yorkshire

C

West Yorkshire and Harrogate

D

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