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Jacqueline Imbertson

President

Floridians for Patient Protection

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"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.


No limit on medical records access, judge rules

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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.'


BocaNews.com

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Doctors who follow proper procedure will not have anything to worry about, according to Jacqueline Imbertson, President of Floridians for Patient Protection, an advocacy group for victims of medical malpractice and their families."If they [doctors] followed the proper standards of care and the outcome was not favorable, they cannot be found negligible," she said, adding that according to the non-profit group Public Citizen, Florida ranked 44th in the country for its record of disciplining dangerous or incompetent doctors in 2002.Imbertson, whose husband was the victim of severe medical negligence at a Palm Beach County hospital, also said that there was "a definite line between accepting responsibility and focusing on perfection.""I think we all need to unite to find a solution to try to fix the catastrophically broken health care system in this state," she said.


State: Is sunshine the best disinfectant for errors?

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If only patients knew more about hospitals' past mistakes, Jacqueline Imbertson thinks fewer of them would die. But Imbertson supports Amendment 7 on Tuesday's ballot and Day opposes it.Imbertson says her husband was disabled and nearly killed by a South Florida hospital's carelessness.Imbertson, president of Floridians for Patient Protection, which sponsored Amendments 7 and 8, says patients should know more about medical errors and doctors' histories."It's a very important opportunity for patients ... so they can see who they're choosing has the best record," she said."We have better consumer protection avenues in all but health care."Imagine, Imbertson said, if you were choosing between surgeons.But Imbertson said those records aren't detailed and complete enough. "It's falling short of what is necessary," she said.It was only afterwards, Imbertson said, that she learned information about problems with other patients' treatments at the hospital that would have led them to go elsewhere.


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Jacqueline Imbertson, President of Floridians for Patient Protection


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