As the FCC develops plans for rolling out national broadband - 100 Mbps access for at least one third of the nation - we started thinking about how we could make use of it. Let's say 100 Mbps access becomes ubiquitous. And, let's say health care becomes commonplace even for those who are out of work or self-employed. With the more prevalent access, it's easy to envision a day when your health records are easy to access from anywhere, even on your smartphone. And, when you visit the doctor, with this pervasive kind of access available, you could visit the doctor and then see the results of a blood test or read through a diagnosis on your smartphone.