Lynn Barry, MSN, RN

VP, Clinical Operations, IntelyCare

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Expertise: Nursing, Clinical Operations, Credentialing, Clinical Quality and Compliance, Education, and Budget Management
Title: VP, Clinical Operations

MSN, Framingham State University; BSN, University of Massachusetts Boston

Location: Franklin, MA
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  • Developed evidence-based, nurse-driven clinical guidelines for wound care.
  • Collaborated on a clinical algorithm allowing for the early treatment of congestive heart failure patients through nurse telephone triage and assessment.
  • Assisted in the design and piloting of an on-site health resource model to provide cost-effective, convenient, and transformative healthcare services.
  • Partnered in creating the New Nurse Orientation Program training for Atrius Health, which was presented at the 2019 National Conference of the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAANC).


With nearly 20 years of nursing experience in a variety of practice settings and positions, Lynn Barry currently oversees clinical operations strategy for IntelyCare and also manages its clinical quality, education, and credentialing teams. Barry has in-depth experience developing protocols, practices, and policies to support clinical operations and to drive efficiencies in the delivery of nursing care. As a senior leader, she also manages financial planning and budget management for nationwide clinical operations. Barry is also an advisor to a telehealth startup developing solutions to the staffing shortage in healthcare.

Barry has also worked as a Registered Nurse, Nurse Administrator, Clinical Nurse Manager, and as a Clinical Nurse Educator where she developed policies, procedures and training to frontline staff during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in a newly established field hospital. Among other affiliations, Barry is a member of the Healthcare Compliance Association, the National Alliance of Wound Care, the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing, the Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & Leaders, and Sigma Theta Tau.