Murfreesboro, Tenn., August 24, 2016– As Obamacare costs skyrocket, and networks and options shrink, one should know that Obamacare isn’t offering insurance, but unsurance. The Tennessee insurance commissioner is saying that the the Obamacare exchange is nearing collapse.
In District 48, voters should know that one candidate (Rep. Bryan Terry, MD):
-Is a board certified physician licensed in two states
-Was President of the Tennessee Society of Anesthesiologists-resident component.
-Owns a small business and medical practice
-Serves as a HIPAA Compliance officer
-Serves as a Medicare Compliance officer
-Served on the Physician’s Excellence Committee at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital
-Teaches UT Medical residents
-Teaches Nurse Anesthesia students
-Is being credentialed as an Associate Assistant Professor of UT Graduate Medical Education
-Was honored as Tennessee Legislator of the Year for passing legislation that increased access and decreased costs for patients while fighting the unsurance of Obamacare.
Meanwhile, here are the facts on the other candidate wanting to push the Obama-Clinton agenda:
-Is on record praising Obamacare
-Is on record saying he doesn’t know why Tennessee didn’t expand Obamacare with the key phrase being “I don’t know”
-Is on record proudly proclaiming that he has watched enough House reruns to be a real pain to the next doctor he sees
-Jokes about serious, life-threatening medical conditions
-Like Hillary Clinton, deletes data and information that could be detrimental to his campaign and tries to hide it from voters (Good thing we caught them before they were deleted – See tweet below).
Last legislative session, Rep. Terry spoke in two different committees on bi-partisan legislation to bring awareness to the disease Lupus. With close to 300 health care related bills and resolutions coming through the General Assembly, the choice is clear. Re-elect Rep. Bryan Terry, MD, a candidate that takes patient care seriously, and not the unqualified Democrat opponent that jokes about conditions like lupus.