NHS: Finances

House of Lords written question – answered on 26th July 2007.

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Photo of Lord Bradshaw Lord Bradshaw Spokesperson in the Lords, Transport

asked Her Majesty's Government:

What are the anticipated outturn figures for 2007-08 of the National Health Service regional authorities in England and the anticipated results for each regional authority in 2006-07.

Photo of Lord Darzi of Denham Lord Darzi of Denham Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department of Health, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health)

The quarter 1 National Health Service financial performance report 2007-08, which will include NHS forecast outturn data, will be published later this summer.

Our latest quarter 4 NHS financial performance report 2006-07 was published on 6 June 2007. Copies are available in the Library. The following table has been extracted from the report, showing NHS financial performance by strategic health authorities (SHA) economy level at quarter 4 2006-07, and final accounts 2005-06.

2005-06 Surplus/(Deficit) 2006-07 Surplus/(Deficit)
SHA Economy Name Final Accounts £ million % Resource Limit Provisional Outturn £ million % Resource Limit Improvement £ million
North East 21 0.6% 74 1.9% 53
North West 58 0.6% 190 1.8% 132
Yorkshire and The Humber 34 0.5% 131 1.8% 97
East Midlands (13) (0.3%) 65 1.2% 79
West Midlands (38) (0.5%) 62 0.8% 100
East of England (234) (3.6%) (152) (2.2%) 81
London (174) (1.5%) 93 0.8% 267
South East Coast (94) (1.8%) (48) (0.9%) 46
South Central (59) (1.3%) 40 0.8% 98
South West (49) (0.8%) 55 0.8% 104
Total (547) (0.8%) 510 0.7% 1,058
Source
2005-06 Audited summarisation schedules
2006-07 Monthly financial monitoring returns
Data rounded to the nearest million

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