Through a series of happy coincidences, when Dale Sanders was looking for the next move in his career, he ended up at the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority, and started on the path of an amazing story that we’ve decided to share through a documentary. You see, six months after starting as the CEO, he met Dr. Devi Shetty and his team from Narayana Health System in India. They had a unique proposition: built a 2,000-bed hospital, medical school, and long-term care facility in the Cayman Islands, based on the ground-breaking ideas that had worked in India, that could meet the need for high-quality, low-cost healthcare . In spring of 2014, Dr. Shetty and his team, in collaboration with the Cayman Islands government, Ascension Health in the U.S., and prominent businessman, Gene Thompson, opened the doors on the first phase of the project, a 200-bed hospital specializing in cardiothoracic and orthopedic surgery. The documentary describes how they are using many innovative approaches and data to drive out significant costs while maintaining high standards of quality, leading to what many are calling a truly “breakthrough” model for healthcare. Our mission at Health Catalyst is to transform healthcare, hence we wanted to share the amazing work Dr. Shetty and his team do in India, and now, in the Cayman Islands. Health Catalyst funded, produced, and directed this documentary, From the Heart, with no financial relationship and nothing to gain. We simply believe it is a story that must be told.