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2010-08-20MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
During the next 3 years united electric and a company from Columbia will be laying the infrastructure to increase speed and data transfers to be used by schools, business, law enforcement, and hospitals across the Northern half of Missouri. Gray Cox is the president of St. Francis hospital in Maryville. He says the bottom line is better patient care as hospitals and doctors miles away trade information on a patient with each other. More than 600,000 Northern Missourians will have access to high speed broadband data transfer once the network is completed in 2013.