Schedule a virtual appointment with a certified expert. Assistance is free.

Take advantage of this special enrollment period that starts on February 15 and goes to May 15, 2021 to enroll in health coverage.  See if you are eligible for premium subsidies to reduce the cost of your 2021 health plan.

Enroll today, for peace of mind knowing you are covered, because you just never know.


We have virtual appointments available here…find the one that works for you!


First, what is Virtual?

Virtual is a real-time interaction that takes place over the Internet using integrated audio and video, chat tools, and application sharing.  Programs such as Facebook, Zoom, Webex, Join Me, GoToMeetings are just a few of the most popular and widely used today.

Is it SAFE to use?

Yes, when using a unique URL (Uniform Resource Locator) it's what you type into your browser's (google, chrome, and or explorer) address bar and then possible password protected environment.  Don't be afraid to ask and know when using the internet it's a matter of being aware.

How long does it take?

Timeframe of a virtual meeting can range, generally it should be kept brief and not longer than an hour. When scheduling a meeting ask how much time to allocate and if you are not finished that you can ask to schedule a follow up and or extend the time of the meeting.  We have checklist that identifies and helps you prepare in advance of your meeting. 

We put together best practices to ensure your information shared on the Virtual Appointment is safe. 

  1. Know who you are going to meet with on the virtual meeting.  Our professionals can provide a photo and or biography of themselves and the work they do as a certified professional.

  2. Our certified professionals have NPN numbers and or License numbers when they have completed training by the State of New Mexico. You can ask them for it if they are going to help you with an enrollment through the marketplace.

  3. Never give out your passwords. 

Health insurance is more important than ever.



Additionally, New Mexico’s Office of the Superintendent of Insurance issued a rule on March 12 that requires all insurers to cover testing and treatment for COVID-19.