Limbitless is just one example of how innovation in The Corridor is driving the future of health care. THE HEALTH CARE LANDSCAPE In 2015, the U.S. spent more than $3 trillion on health care. That is nearly $10,000 per person, per the Department of Health and Human Services. Nationally, health spending is projected to grow at an average rate of 5.6 percent per year from 2016 through 2025. Given the cost and a need for accessible health care to maintain a healthy population overall, the industry is on the verge of change. Florida holds a unique position in the national health care landscape. Home to 19.9 million people, making it the third-most populous state in the U.S., Florida’s hospitals and health systems can influence change. A MEDICAL CITY A new idea, on the grandest scale, has proven to be worth the risk as a master-planned community comes into its own. “The health care environment is changing at an unprecedented speed,” said Gloria Caulfield, vice president of strategic alliances of Tavistock Development Company and executive director of the Lake Nona Institute. “By convening some of the world’s most brilliant minds in Lake Nona and at our world-class events like the Lake Nona Impact Forum, we are able to put innovative thought into action in our ‘living lab’ which aims to improve health, well-being and sustainable living at home and around the 2017 Becker’s Hospital Review lists the 25 largest hospitals in America in terms of beds. Florida hospitals ranked… globe,” Located in The Corridor, Tavistock’s Lake Nona is a 17-square mile thoughtfully designed 1. Florida Hospital Orlando 3. Orlando Health 4. Jackson Memorial Hospital its various neighborhoods, this fastest-growing 24. Memorial Regional Hospital Orlando community was developed with a community that embodies healthy living. Now with more than 12,000 residents living in long-term plan for well-being, technology, sports and human performance, education It’s no wonder new ideas are growing alongside such a proving ground. 70 florida.HIGH.TECH 2017 and sustainability.