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Ana Carolina Lucchese Ana Carolina Lucchese, | Updated on May 9, 2024

We recently had the honor of participating in the Malta Association of Skin and Wound Care (MASC) Conference Together Towards Tomorrow: Collaboration in Wound Healing”. Led by Corinne Ward, PhD and the MASC Committee, this event brought together leading experts in wound care to share insights, innovations, and best practices. At this prestigious gathering, we showcased our clinical and operations intelligence platform, which has been a cornerstone of our ongoing partnership with MASC.

MASC is a distinguished body recognized for its pioneering work in the field and was recently awarded the coveted 2024 Journal of Wound Care (JWC) Award as “Most Progressive Society”. This accolade highlights the association’s commitment to elevating the standards of wound care, both locally and internationally. Their goal to enhance the quality of care delivered in Malta has made them a vital force in establishing best practices and excellence in healthcare.

Our partnership with MASC is built on a mutual dedication to advancing healthcare through innovation and evidence-based practices. By providing MASC members with institutional access to our platform, we empower them with a comprehensive knowledge base that includes the latest research and advancements in wound care, supporting their clinical decision-making. This integration of technology and expert knowledge fosters an environment where data-driven decisions lead to improved patient outcomes.

Our presence at the MASC Conference allowed us to demonstrate how our platform supports clinicians in their day-to-day decision-making processes. With quick access to reliable answers, powerful tools to select the best products for treatment, and engaging patient education materials, healthcare professionals can stay at the cutting edge of medical research and practice, ensuring that they are equipped with the best resources to deliver exceptional care.

As we continue to strengthen our partnership with the MASC, we remain committed to supporting their mission to set high standards of practice and improve care quality across Malta. This collaboration is not just about sharing resources but also about creating a community of practice that benefits patients through more effective and innovative care solutions.

Together, we are making significant strides in advancing wound care, setting new benchmarks for excellence, and shaping the future of healthcare in Malta. We look forward to continuing this fruitful collaboration and achieving even greater successes in the years to come.

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Ana Carolina Lucchese,
Ana Carolina Lucchese serves as Marketing & Communications Lead at WoundReference. She holds a background in engineering and business, with a diploma from Harvard University. With extensive experience in the technology and health sectors, Ana has held positions at major corporations like Microsoft. Additionally, she has provided valuable guidance to healthtech startups, assisting in the development of business plans and the execution of marketing strategies.
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