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TSA Appoints New Board Directors

As part of the organisation's response to Covid-19 and its future strategy for TECS, TEC Services Association (TSA) has appointed two new board members representing regions Wales and Scotland.

TSA has appointed Dr Lynne Douglas, Chief Executive at Bield to represent Scotland, and Samantha Watkins, Managing Director at Delta Wellbeing representing Wales onto the TSA CIC Board. As the UK moves out of the acute phase of Covid-19, the organisation is focusing on the sustainability of TECS and the role technology enabled care will play in the recovery and rebuild programme of the wider health and care sector.

TSA Chief Executive Alyson Scurfield: "I am delighted to announce that as part of our future business planning, the successful appointment of two new directors to the TSA CIC board, Dr Lynne Douglas, Chief Executive at Bield to represent Scotland, and Samantha Watkins, Managing Director at Delta Wellbeing representing Wales and I welcome their deep experience in strategy and system change, further bolstering what is already a strong board with an exemplary skill set."

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