On October 8, 2015, CHRC grantee HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) and their hospital partner, Lifebridge Health/Sinai Hospital, presented an update on implementation of the Access Health program, which targets super-utilizers of the Sinai Emergency Department and is supported by a CHRC grant awarded in FY 2014 for $800,000. The project began implementation in June 2014 and has enrolled 318 individuals. These participants have been divided into three risk-stratified groups: (1) High utilizer (10 or more ED visits in 4 months); (2) At risk (3 or more ED visits in 4 months); and (3) Low risk (uninsured, one to two visits). As part of its evaluation, the program compared the volume of ED visits generated by the at-risk group (140 individuals) pre-enrollment (for 4 months) and post-enrollment (for 4 months). This comparison showed a 55% reduction in ED visits and a 53% reduction in inpatient stays for these 140 individuals, which translates into total cost savings/avoided charges of $694,184 as of June 5, 2015.