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What is the New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool (the Pool)?

The pool was created to provide access to health insurance coverage to all residents of New Mexicans who are denied adequate health insurance and are considered uninsurable.

When was the Pool started?

The New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool (NMMIP) was established by the 1987 New Mexico State Legislature.

Who is the Pool administrator?

The Pool is administered by BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico who handles eligibility, enrollment, member services, and claims processing.

Who has the Executive Services contract for the Pool?

The Delta Consulting Group has the Executive Services contract to run the day-to-day operations of the Pool.

How does one apply for coverage?

Complete an application and submit it along with requested documentation and a check for the first month’s premium. Instructions for submission, as well as contact information for questions, are on the application form

Request For Proposal: Actuarial Services PDF Print E-mail

The New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool (Pool) has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Actuarial Services to the Pool.  

The Pool is a nonprofit entity created by the New Mexico Legislature in 1987 for the purpose of offering health care coverage to new Mexico residents who are denied comprehensive health insurance, or are considered uninsurable.

Actuarial RFP [Click Here]
Appendix A: 2012 Budget Summary Jan-Nov [Click Here]
Appendix B1: New Mexico High Risk Pool Eligibility [Click Here]
Appendix B2: FHRP Eligibility Guidelines [Click Here]
Appendix C1: Summary of Benefits Final 7.10r [Click Here]
Appendix C2: Summary of Benefits FHRP [Click Here]
Appendix D1: 2013 NMMIP Full Premium Female [Click Here]
Appendix D2: 2013 NMFHRP Rates [Click Here]
Appendix D3: 2013 NMMIP Full Premium Rates Male [Click Here]

Letter of Intent:

Submission of a Letter of Intent to Bid is strongly encouraged. While submission of the Letter of Intent is not mandatory and does not constitute an obligation to ultimately submit an application, only those who have submitted such will be forwarded answers to questions submitted by potential bidders or other correspondence regarding this solicitation. A Letter of Intent should be received via mail or e-­mail by December 31, 2012 to:

Mail or email your Letter of Intent to:

Reena Szczepanski
New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool
P.O. Box 6726
Santa Fe, NM 87502
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Proposal Closing Date

An original and six (6) copies plus a CD (electronic version) of your proposal and all accompanying material must be enclosed in a sealed package plainly marked "Actuarial Services Proposal”. This package must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time, on January 11, 2013. Should you choose to forward your proposal(s) by mail, you should bear in mind that it must be mailed timely to assure receipt by the time and date specified. No proposals will be considered if received after this time and date.

Deliver your proposal to:

Reena Szczepanski
New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool
227 East Palace Avenue
Suite O, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Mail your proposal to:

Reena Szczepanski
New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool
P.O. Box 6726
Santa Fe, NM 87502

 

 

 

Board Meeting

Regular Board Meeting

Date: December 5, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00PM

Location:
BCBSNM - Bandelier Room
5701 Balloon Fiesta Pkwy NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113

Meeting Agenda
[Click Here]

Are You Eligible?

[Click Here] to find out if you are eligible for the New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool.


Email Updates

Attention Current Members:

Please submit your name and email address in the form below to receive updates from NMMIP about your healthcare coverage.

Name:
Email:

Enrollment Update

NOTICE TO ALL APPLICANTS

Only "original" application forms
will be accepted.

Applications that are faxed or
received by Email will no longer
be accepted.

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