The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced today that it is launching a new initiative called The Bayada Health Care Network (TBHN) to improve access to primary health care in the United States.

The goal of the network is to provide universal access to quality primary care in underserved communities by providing comprehensive health coverage for the entire community.

The new network will include six centers, all located in low-income communities, with a total of 12,000 eligible patients who would qualify for free, in-person, and in-home care.

The network will also provide free primary care to residents with chronic conditions who are at high risk of complications or death from non-communicable diseases, and will provide services for residents with mental health or substance abuse problems, including behavioral health.

The TBHN program will begin in 2019, with the first patient in 2020.

The program will be administered by the National Center for Health Policy and Analysis (NCHPA), a nonpartisan think tank funded by the NIH that analyzes how the federal government spends federal money.

The NCHPA is working to implement the TBHMN plan to improve health outcomes for people with chronic diseases and reduce deaths and health care costs.TBHNs will be funded through the Affordable Care Act, which the White House is calling a “new model of health care reform.”

The new administration will be able to spend money on TBHNs to increase access to health care for people who need it most, including low- and moderate-income people, pregnant women, and people with disabilities.

The Affordable Care (ACA) has been a major success story for low-wage workers, as well as for workers with chronic health conditions.