Telehealth affected by ISP change?

A local story, but one that points out a larger problem as telecare and telehealth integrate into the home.  Broadband-based monitoring of vital signs can be dependent on the capabilities of the internet service provider (ISP).  When the community, building or development changes their ISP, certainly there is a lapse in service and the likelihood of possible incompatibility.  These homes may also have their telephone service via the ISP, thus the concern re Lifeline.  Not reassuring to seniors who aren’t, and should not have to be, tech savvy to stay monitored.  (FYI, Colorado Springs is an affluent suburb of Denver, home of the USAF Academy, popular with retirees and those mobile homes are probably quite nice.)