(BBC) Authorities in the Cayman Islands are targeting the US as a potential market for medical tourism.
The British territory has agreed to a deal with renowned Indian heart surgeon, Devi Shetti, to build a 2,000 bed health care city, to target American patients and insurers searching for discounted medical care.
It will cost about US$2 billion, and will include a hospital, medical university and assisted living facility.
As part of the agreement, the Caymans passed legislation last week to cap medical negligence claims at US $600,000.
The country is under pressure from the UK to diversify its economy and move away from its tax haven image.