Jacqueline Lopez-Devine, MSN, RN brings an extensive background in nursing administration, health policy, clinical informatics, quality improvement and clinical research to her position as Chief Clinical Officer at Trustbridge.

She leads the clinical operations at Trustbridge as a coach, cheerleader and change agent.

She led a seamless clinical integration of two hospices to help create one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations.

Jacqueline earned her MSN and Health Policy Certificate at the University of Maryland, School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland.

She demonstrates her clinical and management expertise through deployment of clinical leadership teams, which have modernized Trustbridge’s processes and resulted in a highly cost-effective, premium quality patient-care model.
An advocate of lean management philosophy, she enthusiastically embraces change and opportunities to advance patient-care concepts.
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Jacqueline M. Lopez-Devine, MSN, RN

Chief Clinical Officer

Trustbridge

Jacqueline Lopez-Devine, MSN, RN brings an extensive background in nursing administration, health policy, clinical informatics, quality improvement and clinical research to her position as Chief Clinical Officer at Trustbridge. Prior to joining Trustbridge in 2006, she held positions as Director of the Medical-Surgical and Orthopedics/Neurology Units at Palms West Hospital, Director of Clinical Informatics at Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Florida and Research Nurse Coordinator for the National Institutes of Neurological Diseases and Stroke at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. Jacqueline earned her MSN and Health Policy Certificate at the University of Maryland, School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland.

She leads the clinical operations at Trustbridge as a coach, cheerleader and change agent. She demonstrates her clinical and management expertise through deployment of clinical leadership teams, which have modernized Trustbridge’s processes and resulted in a highly cost-effective, premium quality patient-care model. She led a seamless clinical integration of two hospices to help create one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations. An advocate of lean management philosophy, she enthusiastically embraces change and opportunities to advance patient-care concepts.