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Jacqueline Imbertson

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Background

Employment History

  • President
    Floridians for Patient Protection
  • President
    Patient Protection

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Floridians for Patient Protection
  • Member of Board of Governors
    FPP
18 Total References
Web References
No limit on medical records access, judge rules
www.palmbeachpost.com, 5 Nov 2005 [cached]
Jackie Imbertson, president of Floridians for Patient Protection, the group that proposed Amendment 7, said the circuit courts' decisions are crucial steps in getting all malpractice records made public.Proponents of Amendment 7 expect the issue to eventually make its way to the Florida Supreme Court.
'Voters of this state want to see better access to records.They want better protection,' said Imbertson, who lives in Jupiter. 'If it's not going to be afforded to them by the medical community, they want their legislators to do their job and protect them.'
Doctors rally for malpractice insurance reforms
www.naplesnews.com [cached]
But such actions won't necessarily stop insurance companies from raising premiums, said Jacqueline Imbertson, a founder of Floridians for Patient Protection, an advocacy group affiliated with the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers and the Florida Lawyers Action Group.
A better method would be to implement stricter screening measures on doctors, make doctor disciplinary records more public and create a three-strikes-your-out policy for doctors who have judgements against them, she said.
"It does no good to establish caps or put limitations if you haven't resolved the core problems - eliminating bad apples," Imbertson said."If caps are imposed, there are no guarantees that premiums won't continue to rise."
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www.adamsusserfoundation.org, 16 Jan 2004 [cached]
"They're taking a painful situation and turning it, hopefully, into a triumph in improving medical care," said Jacqueline Imbertson, president of Floridians for Patient Protection.
Patient advocate group admits ties to lawyers - 2003-07-03 - The Business Journal of Jacksonville
jacksonville.bizjournals.com, 3 July 2003 [cached]
However, Floridians for Patient Protection President Jacqueline Imbertson said today she misunderstood the reporter's question.She thought she was being asked whether her position was being paid for by the academy.She is an unpaid volunteer, she said.
Floridians for Patient Protection opposes, as does the academy, a proposed cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice suits.
A July 2 Tampa Tribune article quoted Imbertson as saying: "The group is supported by private individuals and does not receive money from trial attorneys."She also was unable to say who funded a recent television spot advancing her organization's cause.Her quote got the opposition moving quickly.
Who We Are
www.floridiansforpatientprotection.org, 30 Sept 2005 [cached]
Jacqueline Imbertson, President
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