Hi-Tech Healthcare founder running for state house
DACULA, Ga. – Todd Tyson, president of Hi-Tech Healthcare, has announced his candidacy for the District 104 seat in the Georgia House of Representative. He said he wants to talk with voters about cutting taxes, balancing the budget and reducing regulations. Tyson founded Hi-Tech Healthcare in 1990; the HME company has seven locations and more than 100 employees. Tyson is president of the Georgia Association of Medical Equipment Services; chairman of the Homecare Committee for the Georgia Society for Respiratory Care; a member of the Medicare/CGS Jurisdiction C Advisory Council; and a faculty member of the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine. He and his wife Laura live in Dacula with their four children.