How A Maryland Town Is Using Its Fiber Network To Change Healthcare

A pair of homes in Westminster are being outfitted with technology to help monitor the health of people with intellectual disabilities who live there.

The two houses, which are home to people with intellectual disabilities, are hooked up to the town’s gigabit fiber network, which is a big effort by the small Maryland town to spur economic development through faster internet. They officially opened in November.

The project is being helmed by the Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory (MAGIC), a nonprofit formed to spur new ways of using the broadband network.

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