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Santa Fe, NM – The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce is hosting four educational seminars on the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX) on September 26th and October 23rd. Two seminars will be held each day – small businesses, under 50 employees at 9am and large businesses, 50 or more employees at 1:30pm.

The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce has partnered with NMHIX in an effort to help outreach and educate all residents of Santa Fe on new options for healthcare coverage. This event is one of many that will be happening, now through the end of the year, to ensure that important information reaches all areas of the state and that all small businesses and individuals have an open forum to ask questions, understand options and learn about additional tools and resources to help them with new affordable coverage options.

WHO:                  Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce / New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX)

WHAT:                New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX) Outreach and Education Seminars

WHEN:                September 26th and October 23rd, 9am (small businesses, under 50 employees) and 1:30pm (large businesses, 50 or more employees) each day

WHERE:              Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta

REGISTRATION: or 988-3279


CONTACT:          Simon Brackley

About New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange

New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange (NMHIX) was created to help individuals and small businesses get access to affordable health insurance plans. NMHIX will also help consumers compare health insurance plans and choose the plan that works best for their health needs and budget. NMHIX will help individuals determine whether they are eligible for premium assistance and if so, at what level.  Through SHOP, small businesses will be able to purchase competitively priced health insurance plans and offer their employees the ability to choose from an array of plans.  Individuals and small businesses can start enrolling in NMHIX plans October 1, 2013 with coverage effective starting January 1, 2014.  Health Care Guides and brokers/agents are available throughout the state to help with signing up for NMHIX coverage.

For more information on NMHIX, please visit