The CMS Independence at Home Demonstration saved more than $25 million during its first performance year while delivering high-quality patient care, according to a June 18, 2015 CMS announcement. The Independence at Home Demonstration is an ACA innovation model testing the effectiveness of delivering comprehensive primary care services at home to Medicare beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions. The 17 participating practices saved an average of $3,070 per participating beneficiary in the first year while meeting designated quality goals, such as reducing hospital readmissions and emergency department visits and improving medication reconciliation. CMS is awarding $11.7 million to nine participating practices that met the demonstration’s incentive payment thresholds.